Use these exercises to ride stronger and stay injury-free in 2019

Use these exercises to ride stronger and stay injury-free in 2019

Don’t let injury set you back on your cycling plans, especially if you’ve just signed up for a big event this year. Many of us are guilty of happily hammering out training sessions without giving any thought to strength and conditioning work, which can prevent injury and improve performance. 10 steps to becoming a fitter, faster, better cyclist How to lose belly fat by cycling Desk jobs and sedentary lifestyles can lead to shortened muscles and poor posture, which in turn can cause our muscle output to weaken and increase the chances of overuse injuries. Why do cyclists need strength and conditioning? Regular strength and conditioning exercises can help you prevent the most common injuries, and you don’t need to splash out on a gym membership or expensive equipment. You can do these exercises pretty much anywhere. For the best results, do them regularly, and gradually build up the number ...

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