Looking for more control and balance on the bike? Well, control and balance are closely related to a term we seldom hear, proprioception.
Want to nail switchbacks, corkscrews, off cambers and just ‘feel’ stronger on the bike? Then this one is for you.
Whatever kind of riding you are into a little extra upper body strength will yield gains.
Improve your flexibility, range of motion and your performance on the bike with this upper body stretch routine from Lynette.
Having a stronger core will allow you to transfer more power through the legs and arms as well as reduce the risk of injury.
A lower body strength routine for trail, XC, road, gravel, enduro, DH and E-Bike riders to dip in and out of all year round.
Boost your recovery process with these 6 poses from Lynette which can be done after a ride or on your next rest day.
Find your neutral spine position, stabilize your spine, hinge through your hips — your journey to getting stronger starts here.
Nelia, our strength and conditioning coach talks through the fundamentals and benefits of functional strength training for riding.
A simple routine you can do in your home which will have a significant impact on your riding.
Including yoga in your weekly riding routine turns out to be very beneficial for performance.