The Gross Trainer Problems You Might Have

by | May 30, 2020 | Training

Cycling indoors is great, yes, but it can also lead to some pretty gross issues. Because it’s often hotter than outside and there’s less cooling breeze to keep you dry, you’re at risk of more issues with saddle sores and other assorted gross stuff. You also tend to move less (think less standing, less maneuvering and shifting weight), which can lead to exacerbating issues with the warm/moist (sorry) environment. Over on, I dug into a few of the most common issues–including swimmers ear!–and how you can fix, soothe and prevent them. (And yes, this applies to rollers as well!)

Saddles Sores and Other Indoor Bike Trainer Problems You Might Encounter

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