AKA ride slow to get fast. Knowing how slow to go is crucial if you want to benefit from harder sessions.
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What is a micro workout? It is any workout that you can fit into your daily routine in the time it takes to make a coffee. Think of it as…
Riding isn’t just about moving front to back, like most exercises in the gym – think squats and deadlifts. And while squats and deadlifts should form the basis of your…
Why train? You’ll ride faster, for longer, and have more fun, we guarantee it... and it starts with as little as two hours a week
This workout is a combination of five movements, which serve to enhance your riding ability and get you into an overall better condition.
The tried and tested principals of training remain the same wherever you are. Strength is built with resistance and resistance can come in many forms; in gyms it’s normally barbells…
Want to be a stronger, faster rider? Start deadlifting. Pedal harder for longer, hold a more solid riding position and take bigger impacts buckling.
Not only will pull-ups help increase your ability to hold on, they will dramatically improve your riding in other ways too.
Squats are king of strength movements. Using the big muscle groups around the hips and legs as well as involving the core means crossover to riding is phenomenal.
The press-up is an exercise that’s stood the test of time. It targets muscles you need to hold a confident riding position, and improves overall stability.
We cover the fundamental training principles. All of the exercises we feature will be scalable and we’ll have technique videos for each exercise.
Let your bike know who's the boss this year with the help of our tailor-made strength sessions. Here's some gym equipment suggestions.