Hi Gang Check out my interview with Ben over at Mountain Bike Radio. There are some good 'gems' in there of various topics, from my 23 years of training, to the "equipment cocoon" to the cycling athlete. CLICK THE logo and go listen now, and send us any feedback you might have!
If you struggle with low back pain from either riding or training, or even sitting at your desk all day, there are usually many different reasons as to why it could be taking place. I encourage all my clients, and have sent all my athletes over the years to Chiropractors, Physio's and Physical Therapists to get the care they need to maintain proper skeletal alignment and tendon and ligament health.
I would imagine that by now, most of us in North America and the Northern Hemisphere in general, have excitedly gotten out on our bikes to blast some of the "winter cobwebs" from the ol' body? You know those first couple of rides? Skills are a little rusty; timing is off; Kidney's might hurt getting exposed to their first 'jolting' of the season; messing around with the suspension settings, yada
I love researching. Finding new information from smarter professionals than me is a treat cause not only do I get smarter, but you guys get to be the end beneficiaries of my "newly discovered research gems!" Today's video comes from a DVD I bought recently from Foundation Training. They have a great move called the "Founder" which I teach in this video. The Founder is great because it wakes up
One of our FB fans, Derek, asked about yoga and hot yoga for enduro and mountain bikers, so I thought I'd post a video response of our view and how it's different than most. Check it out, enjoy it, and please share it with anyone you know who is constantly tight! Yoga, Hot Yoga- the good, bad and ugly! from Enduro MTB Training on Vimeo.