1. Spend time in the saddle. This means ride often. Like any other endurance sport, you need to put in the time to build your base, build strength, and get FASTER. I recommend 3-4 times a week with a key high intensity ride with intervals, a strength ride with hills or tempo efforts, and one long ride...
I have been doing TRX since 2009 when I got certified to teach it. I started teaching it on the Marine Corps base to a room full of active duty Marines and Sailors aboard Parris Island. If you want to work your CORE like no other workout you've ever done, then you need to start doing TRX!
Many of you who follow my personal page or my business page know that I have been struggling with injury the past year or so. I could write an entire book about this honestly, but I will try to keep this as brief as I can.
For almost every run workout for my athletes I incorporate running form drills to improve speed, agility, technique, and run form. Running drills not only improve coordination and form, but they can strengthen functionally weak area's of an athlete's run.