It’s not your average LOWVELO bike ride team. There are no bicycle shorts. There are no helmets. There are not even any road bikes. The average age? Somewhere between 80 and 90 years old – proof that wellness can be found at any stage of life.
Let’s face it – this time of year in Charleston is downright hot. When you’re out training, it is important to take the proper precautions to keep yourself safe and to pay attention to the warning signs of heat exhaustion.
LOWVELO ambassador Karen “KJ” Luther now advises others on healthy lifestyle choices after her own dramatic weight loss.
Siobhan Maize shares what got her hooked on triathlons (and ultra triathlons!) and how she trains for these demanding events.
LOWVELO rider Nan Robinson didn’t take up cycling until later in life, but she quickly got hooked and lost 60 pounds in a year.
More people are pursuing healthy routines, such as discovering the joys of the outdoors and biking.
Timmy Samec, a cancer researcher and patient, is the first LOWVELO graduate fellow at Hollings Cancer Center.
MaryNell Goolsby says that LOWVELO has played an enormous role in her positive outlook on life and her recovery this year.
In this week’s fitness column, MUSC trainer Nicki Carter explains exactly what cyclists should focus on when hitting the gym.
Wondering about the right way to consume calories during LOWVELO? Here’s some advice from MUSC Sodexo Wellness Dietitian and LOWVELO columnist, Debbie Petitpain.