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Ironman Triathlon Competitor Linsey Corbin Shares Her Spin on the Pushup

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A “magic number” may not truly exist, but there’s a wide consensus that a consistent cadence around 90 rpm can help you avoid leg fatigue and, in turn, run easier off the bike. Similar to race nutrition, bike cadence is a personal style and skill.

from Runner's World

7 Healthy Foods a Nutritionist Prepares Ahead of Time