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CYCLISTS: NEED SPEED? THESE 3 THINGS MAY HELP

I've been working with endurance athletes since 2006, and there has been one constant that has held true for the last 11 years. When they are pain, it is pretty common for them to train more. (Raises hand) It makes perfect sense if you think about it, or at least to those of us who ride a bike. Trust me, I've done this more times than I can count. Tell me if some of this may sound familiar to you. You may even know someone whose said these things a time or two??? "I haven't ridden in 15 minutes OH. MY. GOD!! I'M LOSING FITNESS!!" "OFF DAY?? HOW DARE YOU (I'm totally unfriending this person)!! I had ONE in 1998. Was I injured? Yeah, quadruple knee replacement, something about lost glute funct

CYCLISTS: 2 EXERCISES TO STOP DOING, AND WHAT TO DO INSTEAD

Cycling, great sport, do it myself. I prefer the fat tire fitness side of life, but to each their pedaling preference. To do it successfully at a recreational or competitive level requires a strong core, rock solid hip stability and quite frankly moving well off the the bike to ride your best on it. This is where the right approach in the gym (or wherever you like to strength train) is the key t pedaling stronger to ride longer. Unfortunately, in spite of all the high quality information available (ANY Dan John book, James Wilson's MTB Strength Systems, The Girls Gone Strong movement, etc) there are still some "gaps" in what's recommended for bike riders and what actually works best. Alright