Fitness Q&A

Matheny, Fred; Hickey, Patrick
August 1994
Bicycling;Aug94, Vol. 35 Issue 8, p28
Answers fitness questions related to bicycling. Discussion of a person who gets extreme low-back and shoulder pain about 20 miles into a ride; Riders who use creatine as an ergogenic aid.


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