Bike Month – Week Five

In the first exercise, this non-relaxing version of a pigeon pose not only gets your hips open, but also strengthens them in your new found mobility so that they stay open.⁠

Then, move on to some bridging with a ball to help strengthen your hamstrings. Strong hamstrings help support your knees and your low back. This exercise is great because it works the hamstrings in both a concentric (muscle shortening) and eccentric (muscle lengthening) way.

5 Moves for Cyclists

Now is the time of year to start working on your core strength so you can be strong and ready to ride when the warm weather starts.  Try these 5 at-home moves to help you build your core, improve your shoulder posture (no more tingling fingers), and get you ready for your best season.