Sherpa’s strength training for cyclists class is an excellent way to regain and build strength for not just cyclists but triathletes and runners too. Start your winter off right, focusing on endurance athlete muscle groups and techniques for injury prevention. Strength class is a great way to enhance your endurance with the supplemental work that will put you ahead of your goals.Muscles in the trunk, shoulders, arms and hands are important to stabilize the bike and provide a firm base from which your leg muscles will produce power.While it’s obvious that focusing on your quads would be the most beneficial, multiple muscles contribute to the cycling action. A more comprehensive program that incorporates all major muscles involved it’s likely to be more effective. The main focus should be on lower half, but strengthening the arms and core will enable you to produce more power and stay injury free.
Cycling Strength Circuits
Strength group training circuits take you through a challenging series of exercises designed specifically to target different muscle groups, elevate your heart rate and fatigue your muscles.
Cycling Core Training
The main goal is to create a stronger support system for your prime movers while cycling. The stronger your assistance muscles and core are, the less fatigue you’ll experience late in a race or ride, additionally, the more potential you will have for increasing power output.
Cycling Strength Training
The primary focus when it comes to strength exercises for cyclists is to train in a similar motion to cycling with lower and upper body, while increasing overall core strength and muscular endurance.
Triathlon Strength Training
Build endurance in the pool, on your bike, and in your running shoes. Build strength in the weight room.