TRY THIS EXERCISE! The Monkey Hustle. if you want your training time to feel more like playtime, try incorporating more ground-based movements and crawling patterns. Also awesome for muscular endurance!
4. Plank What It Works: Transverse abdominus, upper and lower back A. Lying on your stomach, place your elbows under your shoulders with forearms and hands on the floor. B. Lift your hips off the floor, keeping your back straight and abs tight, and rest on your toes. Aim for 60 seconds. Why It Works: The plank builds the strength and muscular endurance you need to ride powerfully in the drops or in an aero position long after others have surrendered to the top of the handlebar.
Indoor Cycling Routines for Instructors I define a Tempo drill as a Ride where we focus our cadence above 90+ rpm in the Tempo zone under enough resistance to be working and uncomfortable but able to ride through with mental focus. In general this increases aerobic fitness, muscular endurance and training stress. If you are […]
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Muscular strength and muscular endurance are qualities that often go hand in hand. When we are testing/evaluation clients we focus a lot on body composition and then sometime cardiovascular tests. Is it really necessary to see how strong our clients are before we start them out?