Hey athletes! I just created this workout for some of my athletes who are looking to get stronger on the bike. I took these exercises pretty much straight from Ironman University and threw in a few of my own. This is a full body workout and you can do as many sets as you have time for. You don't need to spend hours and hours in the gym doing strength work- all it takes is about 30 minutes if you use your time efficiently. So here you go- use this workout as you see fit. Bike
So I want to give kudos where kudos are due. This list is not written by me but by a dear friend whom I have been riding with for about 9 years now, Bill Garret. This is his simple and useful list for how we should behave on the road as cyclists. The suggestions are practical, useful, and encourage us as cyclists to take the higher ground when we encounter negative people out there on the roads. This is a good one to post on your refrigerator. Promise.
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I have been doing TRX since 2007 when it was introduced to me on the Marine Corps base. One of the trainers took me through a workout and I quickly realized that this was something amazing. Almost every single move utilizes the core, which is the foundation for almost everything we do as athletes. I loved the fact that so many of the moves were "pulling" motions which is ideal for swimmers. That's not to say that the TRX lacks in pushing moves either. You can do push-ups, che