As someone who follows my blog I know that you appreciate the value of a full strength and conditioning program. Spending 45 – 90 minutes working out 3-4 times a week will always deliver the best results and I’m sure you’ve had success with this approach. But…
The truth is that it can be hard to commit that kind time to training year round. This is especially true when you are riding a lot or have a lot of work/ family obligations.
When this happens it is all too common to end up doing nothing. Without the time to commit to your usual plan you don’t know what to do. And when you don’t know what to do, it is tough to do it.
I know all of this because I used to be in the same boat. Despite being a strength coach who owned a gym I would still go through times when I found it really tough to get my workouts in.
When I did this I would inevitably feel it on the trail. I would feel my leg drive, power and overall “snappiness” drop off. Sure, it wasn’t a lot – yet – but I could feel it. The trail wasn’t quit as much fun as when I felt stronger and more able on the trail.
I could also feel old injuries starting to bug me again. I’ve got a torn meniscus in my left knee and I could start feel it catch, like it wasn’t as stable as it had been. This, along with other injuries I’ve accrued over the years, would start to slow me down and make me feel worse the next day after hard rides.
All of this would motivate me to get my butt back in the gym and start training again. But I got tired of this cycle and started to wonder if there was a better way…something I could do during those times when I was too busy to train as usual so I could prevent these problems from happening in the first place.
Working with a lot of clients over the years I had also noticed that most of them went through the same problems. However, a lot of them lacked the built in discipline from years and previous training to get back after it and ended up never coming back. I knew that if I could give then something they could do to keep their momentum going until they could get back to a normal training schedule they were much more likely to stick with it and not quit.
So, with all of this in mind I set out to create a simple 15 minute routine that could be done at home with minimal equipment. The workouts needed to be easy to do and impossible to take longer than the promised 15 minutes.
The result of all of this was the 15 Minute Trail Rider Tune Up, or 15 M-TRTU for short. I wrote about them on Monday and you can check out this blog post to learn more about how they work and see an example of a workout.
The response to this blog post was really cool to see – I got a lot of emails and messages on Facebook from riders who related to my situation and saw a lot of value in a workout that they could fit into their day no matter how busy they were.
And so I decided to put together a collection of 28 of my 15 M-TRTU Workouts into a single manual and make it available for only $19. Yeah, that’s not a misprint…just $19 gets you 28 workouts, each one focused on a specific skill or “problem area” faced by riders. But this special price is only available through this weekend and on Monday the price goes up to $29.
For only $19 you’ll get 15 M-TRTU Workouts that focus on:
– Overall Conditioning
– Body Position
– Standing Pedaling
– Seated Pedaling
– Hips/ Low Back
– Shoulders/ Neck
– Knees/ Ankles
Each workout has a quick reference sheet that you can print off. All 28 workouts also have video demos of the routine – plus access to the video file in case you want to download the file to your phone or computer.
And you get my 60 Day Money Back Guarantee. Like I always say, I just want to help you improve your riding and if I don’t do that then I don’t deserve to keep your money. Test drive the 15 M-TRTU Workouts for 60 days and if you don’t feel that they helped you just let me know and I’ll refund your investment.
Now, 28 workouts that will help you improve your weak links in just 15 minutes a day for only $19 is already a great deal. But wait, there’s more (dramatic drum roll)…. this weekend I’m also throwing in 2 bonuses.
Bonus #1 is my MTB Skills Manual, which is what I give to my clients and riders who come to my clinics to help them learn and improve their technical skills. Knowing how to apply your fitness to the bike is the key to improving your skills and efficiency on the trail and this manual gives you the tools to do that.
Bonus #2 is my MTB Follow-Along Mobility Routines and Stretching Manual. For a lot of riders, improving their mobility is a top priority. These routines will help you focus on problem areas like the low back, shoulders and ankles but you’ll also get a stretching manual showing you the best stretches for each area of the body.
All together these 3 things would run you $87 but through this weekend you can get them for just $19. Just click on the link below to take advantage of this special deal before it ends.
I hope these 28 workouts will help you as much as they have helped my clients and me. Having an option to fall back on when training time gets limited is extremely valuable and these workouts give you that option. Click on the link above and add this option to your toolbox.
Until next time…
MTB Strength Training Systems
p.s. Still not sure that the 15 Minute Trail Rider Tune Up Workouts are what you are looking for? Click here to learn more about how these 28 unique workouts can help you. But don’t wait…this special deal ends on tonight!