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Inpulse Cycling Pants Zap Your Muscles With Electricity as You Ride

Cycling pants can do more than just keep you warm / cool, make you visible in traffic and make your ride a tad smoother through padding. A UK-based startup believes they can also help you control and directly stimulate muscles – by zapping them.

Inpulse is a startup founded by PhD student Devon Lewis, a neuroscience researcher at the University of Southampton. Its first product will be a pair of smart cycling pants that will use sensors, AI and electrical current to help athletes improve their performance and theoretically give them an edge over rivals in competition.

Speaking to The Times (via Cycling Weekly), Lewis says that humans can’t control muscles naturally, except to a very limited degree. The Inpulse shorts would help with that because, while riding, sensors would pick up which muscles need stimulating. The embedded AI would then dispatch electric current specifically to those muscles, via

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British Cycling defends gathering 90 riders for secretive simulated Olympics

After an Olympic cycle marred by questions around medicine management and allegations of sexism and bullying, British Cycling was again on the defensive this weekend over the decision to gather 90 riders plus about 35 coaching staff and race officials in Manchester for three days of simulated Olympic competition.



a large stadium: Photograph: Christopher Thomond/The Guardian


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Photograph: Christopher Thomond/The Guardian

The governing body insisted it had followed government guidelines for elite athletes during the national lockdown to combat the Covid-19 pandemic and that this was in effect training business as usual as part of the team’s Olympic buildup and as such there had been no need to go public on the event.

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One source close to the Olympic track team told the Observer that riders had been “told not to divulge details”. On Friday evening, after news of the

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Weight Loss Cycling | Adam Bennett

Age: 40
Occupation: Sales
Hometown: Akron, Ohio
Start Weight: 225 pounds
End Weight: 168 pounds
Time Cycling: 3 years
Reason for Cycling: I want to go fast.


I initially got into cycling in early 2004 after graduating college, because I needed to lose the beer and pizza weight. I started mountain biking, but then I moved to Japan in the fall of 2004. It’s hard to ride mountain bikes without having a car to get to mountain bike trails, so in spring 2005, I bought my first road bike and rode it all over Shizuoka and Osaka prefectures, even competing in the 2007 Mount Fuji Hill Climb (which was truly epic).

After returning to the United States in 2008, I continued cycling in and around the Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Ohio. Eventually, life happened, and cycling fell by the wayside. From 2010 until 2018, I barely touched a bike

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