Scooter babe hit the skate park for the first time yesterday. 🤘 🛴
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Morning mist covers the cyclists during #day2, heading from Fremont-Winema National Forest up to Deschutes National Forest. Around a 70 mile jaunt through tree-lined rough and rocky roads, eventually out into more open desert conditions. #oregonoutback#nationalparkservice#noflats#rideon
#TrainingTipTuesday: When you're cycling this week, try interval training. Try pedalling fast for 2-3 minutes and rest 1-2 times longer. Continue this process a few times throughout your cycling routine. Interval training makes for a quick and efficient workout and will enhance your performance, speed and endurance.
Good morning riders! Here are some good tips to see how strong those hamstrings really are! Strong hamstrings translate to a more powerful ride! Try it out #cecycle@ce_cycle#indoorcycling#ranchocucamonga#sogood#rideon#Repost@movementupgraded with @get_repost
LIFT-OFFS FOR KNEE FLEXION MOBILITY
It’s very common to have adequate amounts of knee flexibility, especially in knee flexion. But it’s also very common to have very little or no control over all of that flexibility. Unfortunately, this is often a reason why hamstring and knee injuries happen.
This is an amazing exercise to build strength and control in knee flexion. You’ll really feel your hamstrings working hard (And if you’re lucky, they’ll even cramp up!) to curl your leg.
The set up: in a half-kneeling position, grab two PVC pipes and place them in front of you (grab them at chest-height). These will allow you to drive tension into the ground and create tension throughout your entire body. Make sure your core is stable and your lower back doesn’t move. Start lifting one of your feet off of the ground, curling it towards your butt. Hold for 2-3 seconds and slowly lower it to the ground. Repeat for 10-15 reps for a few sets.
Enjoy the hamstring soreness along the way!
Oh, and if you have muscle cramps, don’t worry! We like to call that neurological confusion-- your brain just doesn’t know how to communicate very well with your hamstrings...yet. So they cramp up. With more practice and increased strength, those cramps will go away! We promise.
Have any questions? Drop us a comment below!
Move your body better to live a pain-free, stronger, and healthier life.
Look at this hard-working, sweaty crew from our #CycleGiving ride last night! They raised $1,000 for the @needhamcommunity team that is participating in the Ride for Food this weekend. Great job team and thanks for fundraising at @cyclebarwellesley!🙏🏼😍💪🏼🚴♀️🚴♂️
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