With less than a year until the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, the conversation on riding in heat and humidity continues. Otago University’s Professor of Exercise and Environmental Physiology, Jim Cotter, gives the lowdown on how to get the most out of your training when the sun just won’t quit.

Listen to Part 1 of Jim Cotter’s interview in episode 34 >

Staying cool is vital if you want to perform you best on Zwift. Read more in “How much fan do you need when riding indoors?

Matt Rowe, Greg Henderson and Kristin Armstrong take on how beneficial warm-ups truly are, as well as how to earn Drops the smart way. They also dive into Greg’s old habit of training in the bathroom. Want to know why? Tune in to Episode 35!

About the Podcast

The Zwift Power Up Cycling Podcast features host Matt Rowe (Rowe & King), with regular co-hosts Greg Henderson (Coach Hendy) and Kev Poulton (Powerhouse Cycling). The hosts share tips on how road races can get faster in-game and outdoors.