On Monday I sent out an email sharing a study I had found on the impact of in-season strength training on your performance. While you can check out the post and study HERE, I can sum it up for you in two words…
And while I shared a simple program you can use in that post, today I wanted to share a workout I put together using some of my favorite new tools and methods.
This is a simple two-day routine that uses Kettlebells, Ramping Isometrics and the Steel Mace (I included substitute exercises in case you don’t have a Steel Mace).
Start each workout with a Dynamic Mobility routine (click HERE for an example of this type of warm up).
Do each workout once a week, giving yourself 3-4 days between workouts. Since this is an in-season workout you’ll also notice that there isn’t any cardio since you should be riding your bike, which is the best cardio training you can do (click HERE for more info on this).
Let me know if you have any questions about this or any of my other emails or blog posts. Hopefully this routine can help you see how you can balance strength training and riding so you can stay strong all season long.
Until next time…