Everyone wants to be a better and faster on the bike.
Last year I wrote about the best ways to do that without breaking the bank.
Since then, I’ve had many many conversations with cyclists and triathletes about their biggest frustrations, and challenges, when it comes to their cycling ~
“My hamstrings are always tight”
“My back hurts after a long ride”
“I never seem to get any faster” (I may have said this one from time to time too!)
“I don’t have the time to do any extra training”.
That article explored a number of different ways to help you improve your speed and performance on the bike but didn’t really go into specifics.
So I thought it was about time that I did.
There are a number of simple exercises you can use to improve your speed, performance and bragging rights.
And as I know that you’d rather be spending time out on your bike, I’ve chosen ones which will get you the results you want with a minimum amount of effort.
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