Every Tuesday we’ll feature a different coach’s workout you can complete in 60 minutes (or less!). This week’s workout comes from coach Tom Manzi, a USAT Level II certified coach who has served as the regional manager for Joe Friel’s Training Bible Coaching.
One of the key differences between the best cyclists and less proficient cyclists is that the best cyclists activate their gluteal muscles more during pedaling, while less proficient cyclists rely more on their quads. This article provides three exercises to strengthen your gluteal muscles.
Four reasons to consider the latest 1X drivetrain setup. A hot topic in the cycling world has been the introduction of SRAM’s 1X (pronounced “one by”) setup. The company aims to make things simpler with the elimination of a front derailleur and a single front chainring.
Stable efforts are your best bet for the fastest bike leg in a triathlon. The old adage “slow and steady wins the race” is half true. While no triathlete wants to be slow in the saddle, harnessing a steady pace has been shown, literally, to win the race.
“Clear implications on safe ‘ramp rates’ : ATL/CTL of 1.3 amounts to a ramp of ~10 per MONTH for a 100CTL athlete! https
Clear implications on safe ‘ramp rates’ — ATL/CTL of 1.3 amounts to a ramp of ~10 per MONTH for a 100CTL athlete!
Link to source posting: https://twitter.com/alan_couzens/status/698918664980987904
“☑️ This meta-analysis (26k participants) suggests that overuse injuries could be halved by adequate strength trg ? https
This meta-analysis (26k participants) suggests that overuse injuries could be halved by adequate strength trg
Link to source posting: https://twitter.com/ylmsportscience/status/700727178779090944