Selene Yeager, Bicycling Magazine

Selene Yeager

Bicycling Magazine

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Recent:
  • Bicycling Magazine
  • Runner's World
Past:
  • Prevention Magazine
  • Men's Health Mag
  • Women's Health Mag
  • Rodale Wellness

Recent articles by Selene:

5 Common Nutritional Deficiencies Cyclists Experience (and How to Fix Them)

Your active body needs a few extra helpings of these vitamins and minerals to keep rolling strong on the bike. These are the nutritional deficiencies common in cyclists. → Read More

Benefits of Bike Riding for Seniors

Senior bike riders have the same walking efficiency as adults in their twenties, a study finds. → Read More

How to Find Gravel Roads Near You

There are plenty of great unpaved roads to ride, if you know where to look. → Read More

Pros Explain Why You Can Crush It on the Road, But Get Crushed on Zwift

Steal these secrets of virtual racing to apply your training and tactics appropriately. → Read More

Myocarditis and COVID-19

Trying to “work through it” can make it much worse. Here’s what you need to know. → Read More

Dear New Cyclists, Don't Wear Underwear With Bike Shorts

The padded Lycra pants can be a godsend—or god awful—depending on how you wear ‘em. Here are 6 pro tips to make your most intimate gear relationship a success. → Read More

Looking for Foods With Whole Grains? Read the Packaging Carefully

Whole grain labels on cereal, bread, and crackers are so confusing or misleading that people may read them wrong, according to a new study. → Read More

Myocarditis and COVID-19

Experts and new research say that trying to exercise during or after COVID-19 can have detrimental effects on your health. → Read More

How to Keep Your Skills Sharp Now So You’re Ready When Racing Resumes

A big engine with rusty moving parts is no fun for anyone. Here's how to practice those skills that may have taken a backseat during the past few months. → Read More

DK Gravel Race Canceled for 2020

The iconic event won’t happen due to COVID-19, but it’s set to return in 2021 with a new name. → Read More

How Cycling Can Help Save Your Sight

Every hour of riding per day could reduce your risk of cataracts by two percent, a new study shows. → Read More

Exercising Leads to a Longer Life, Even If You Have Plaque in Your Arteries

The more active you are, the lower your risk for heart disease and death. → Read More

How to Make Your Own Sports Drink

These DIY drink mix recipes will energize your rides, while saving you hard-earned cash. → Read More

Consuming More Carbs Can Make Endurance Exercise Feel Easier, Reduce Soreness

Study shows twice the generally recommended amount is possible and may even be beneficial. → Read More

More Cyclists Turn to Training Plans During the Pandemic

Despite having “nothing to train for,” endurance athletes are doing more structured training than before. → Read More

Why Cyclists Are Everesting Right Now

Like George Mallory famously said, “Because it’s there.” And right now, not much else is. → Read More

You Told Us Your Biggest Cycling Struggles, We Came Up With Solutions

You told us the hardest parts of your races and rides. We offer solutions for smoothing out the rough patches. → Read More

Riding Your Bike May Help Protect Against Deadly COVID-19 Complication

Research review shows regular exercise may prevent or reduce severity of acute respiratory distress syndrome. → Read More

This PT's Dynamic Warm-Up Is the Perfect Way to Start Your Next Ride

These do-anywhere moves help prevent injury and improve performance. → Read More

Dirty Kanza Will Not Be Changing Its Name, Despite Pressure From Petition

Life Time and Kaw Nation stand “alongside one another” in unity on the event maintaining its longtime moniker. → Read More