Cyclists train through pain, sport study finds

07/15/2014 | Canada.com

Pain and injuries in dedicated cyclists don't correlate with training volume and flexibility, according to a study of 63 athletes who specialize in the sport. Training through pain was common among study participants, and those who started the study in pain were more likely to develop new pain. The results were reported in the Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine.

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