Training and recovery for the beginner/intermediate rider.

Today begins a two part series aimed at training and recovery for the beginner/intermediate and elite rider. First up is the beginner/intermediate. Are you new to mountain biking? You could be brand new to the sport, or, as I would guess, a cycling athlete who’s moved from one segment of riding to mountain biking. Either way, welcome! There are definitely a few crucial fitness considerations you should
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End of Season Fix #1- Low Back Pain and Hip care

Part One of helping your body recover from another rigorous riding and racing season. Learn how to address breathing issues that can create poor posture and low back pain as well as fixing some of the soft tissues issues of the glutes, hamstrings and hip joints. [embed]https://youtu.be/90liw59KX4Y[/embed]
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M.O.W.- Movement Of the Week- 5/29/15- Squat variation to help with posture and riding position

Hope you are enjoying early spring riding and you continue to prepare for the season by getting in your gym workouts! Remember, this is where you get flexible, stable, strong and powerful! Sooo... This weeks" Movement Of the Week" is about a squat variation that you can do at home or the gym and helps create better core and shoulder stability while promoting an improved squat patter- which most of
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“Rebuild/ Restore” video #5- Get your shoulders back! It’s the link between your grips and pedals!

Video #5 is all about making that link between your grips and pedals able to move better and create and transfer force between them. I know many of you (like me) who've broken collar bones (my left twice) and separated your AC Joints (both of mine) and how those issues create tightness, immobility and instability in the shoulders. It can be a little un-nerving too, to know that you don't have
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