Table of contents for Bike for life : how to use cycling to get fitter, faster, healthier, and live to 100 / Roy M. Wallack and Bill Katovsky.

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CONTENTS 
Introduction
Bill vs Roy
	
Chapter 1. Training
Building a bigger engine with goal-setting, Periodization, weightlifting, and cycling-
specific yoga
Chapter 2. Technique
Skills to get you there faster, safer, and in style
Chapter 3. The Great Indoors
How to use indoor spin classes to be a better outdoor rider
Chapter 4. Eat for Speed
The strategy and science of high-octane food and drink
Chapter 5. The Anti-aging Game Plan 
 Want to stay young and injury-free at 40, 60, or 80? Hint: Do more than ride.
Chapter 6. Bicycle Sex
Cycling and Impotence: Easy Solutions to an (Un-) Hard Problem.
Chapter 7. Bike Fit: The Foundation
Proper set-up for comfort, power, and injury prevention 
Chapter 8. Prehab
Prevention and rehabilitation of cycling's two biggest injuries: cyclists's knee and 
biker's back
Chapter 9. Cycling and Osteoporosis
How to fight the scary; and until-now unknown; link between biking and bone 
thinning
Chapter 10. Motivation and Mental TrainingSuccess through positive thinking, 
visualization, breath control, training journals, creative riding, and time management
Chapter 11 Cycling Psychosis
Cycling can help stave off depression; or cause it. Here's how to balance the sport's 
highs and lows
Chapter 12. Rolling Relationships 
Rules for reconciling significant cycling and significant others
Chapter 13. How to Survive
Staying safe amidst mountain lions, bike-jackers, lightning storms, careless drivers, 
poison oak, rabid dogs and more.
Chapter 14. The Journey
Centuries. Hillclimb challenges. 24-hour relays. Cross-state rides. With immense variety, 
cycling offers motivation for everyone.
INTERVIEWS:
Gary Fisher: The Joy of Being Mr. Mountain Bike pg. TK
John Howard: The Man Who Can Do Anything pg. TK
Johnny G: He Took Cycling Deep Inside pg. TK
John Sinibaldi: Hammering Toward One Hundred pg. TK
Ned Overend: The Grand Master of Balance pg. TK
Mike Sinyard: Figuring Out the Future pg. TK
Eddie B: The Workaholic pole Who Changed American Cycling pg. TK
Jim Ochowicz: The Organization Man pg. TK
Missy Giove The Perpetual Quest for a "New 100%" pg. TK
Patrick O'Grady: Ride More, Rest More, Write More, Draw More pg. TK
Marla Streb: A PhD in the Downhill Sciencespg. TK
Rich White: The Reverend pg.TK

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Cycling -- Training.
Health.