Freewheeling Podcast: One of the ladies

This week’s Freewheeling includes chats with two different riders, one going into her third year on Canyon-SRAM the other on the verge of discovering what a new team has to offer. Kasia Niewiadoma chats team bonds that grow stronger over the years, the equipment she knows she can rely on, and more, while Cecille Uttrup […]

Are You Overtraining? (Here’s How to Tell)

How do you know if you are pushing too hard during your workouts? Overtraining is a real phenomenon. It is possible to train so much that you break your body down rather than build it up. But most people never come close to “real” overtraining, which is highlighted (lowlighted?) by physical breakdowns that are hard […]

MLB Reportedly Planning Postseason Changes

Major League Baseball is plotting a major shift in the sport’s structure, according to Joel Sherman of the New York Post. The intention is to implement the changes as soon as the 2022 season. This is not a done deal. Beyond any potential practical issues that could yet arise, it’ll need to be worked out […]

FRANKEL: A Powerful Display Of Jewish Values In New Jersey

This Sunday night, Dirshu’s World Siyum took place at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. The evening celebrated Dirshu participants’ completion of the learning of the seven and half-year cycle of Talmud. A monumental achievement, this is one that requires structure, discipline, and the sort of motivation that Dirshu’s programming affords its participants. Although […]