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Beware Jumping Into Heavy Weights

I’m talking to those of you who are cyclists, riding 6+ hours a week for the majority of the calendar year, and who are over the age of 40, and whom do not participate in regular strength training throughout the year, but rather pick it up solely in the fall and winter.

Transfering Strength Training to Cycling Power

With April in full-swing many of us are eyeing the weather, anxious to head out into the great outdoors rather than staring at a computer screen or wall as we ride. With this excitement comes the expectations that all of our time and work on strength training this winter will show immediate returns on the bike.

Offseason Training For The Masters Cyclist

I have said it before and I will say it again: I am fifty, and I still wanna go fast! Staying strong and riding the way you want to ride once you hit the half-century point requires some changes to the way you plan and train compared to when you were younger.

Weight Training For Cyclists: Go Slow to Ride Fast

Halloween is just around the corner, which means the vast majority of cyclists are now turning to the weight training in an attempt to get faster. Today, we look at the importance of slowing down the movements, to help you get far better strength, stability, balance, and power for cycling.