Riding all day nearly always exposes your weakest link, which for most riders is the core. "The core area - your abs, lower back, obliques, hips and glutes - helps transfer power to the pedals, as well as stabilise the rider on the bike," says US ultra-endurance and 24-hour moun...
. Write down the usual statistics, such as drills performed, distance swum, your run routes and mileages, time spent cycling, terrain covered and average speed, as well as how you felt during a session. When you notice your statistics or mood dipping, take
necessary. Nothing But The Truth: Researchers at Aberystwyth University, in Wales, found that a warm-up that includes moderate to heavy efforts can improve high-intensity cycling performance by three per cent. These efforts activate all available
get at the gym will help you train harder. ✔ You can fit in spin-cycle training when you cannot go out for a ride. For instance, at lunchtimes during the week.✘ Many classes offer high-intensity intervals week-in week-out, which neglect the all
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