A new month means it’s time for a new Workout of the Month. And this time I’ve got some exciting new stuff I’m adding to it.
First, I’m adding a separate Kettlebell/ Dumbbell Workout to the download.
I realized that while I love Ramping Isometrics and the Steel Mace they just aren’t tools that most people have access to. So by adding a separate workout using more “traditional” training tools, I would make the workouts accessible to more riders. I’m still keeping the Ramping Isometrics and Steel Mace Workout in the download, you now have a choice between two workouts based on what tools you have available to you.
The second thing I’m adding is a Warm Up and Decompression Flow to the download. I wanted to make it easier for you to access the warm up and I’m a big believer in doing some decompression/ stretching after training so these should help you have better workouts and recover faster.
And finally, I’m adding a Weekly Training Plan to the download. Knowing how to put everything together is important and now you’ll have some examples of how to balance training and riding.
Altogether you have everything you need to help you improve your power, endurance and confidence on the trail. And you can access it now by entering you name and email below.
My goal is to make a solid MTB specific workout available to every rider regardless of their ability to afford a workout program. Please feel free to share this on your favorite social media platform. Together we can build a tribe of riders who know that the most important investment they can make in their riding is in their own body.
Until next time…
p.s. Have you ever heard that you need to drop your outside foot when you corner your bike? Or that you need to drop your heels when descending?
If you have then make sure you listen to the next BikeJames Podcast coming out next week. I’ll explain why “dropping” your foot or heel isn’t the goal and how doing that can take your focus off what you’re really looking for – pressure.
I’ll also be touching on balance training, clipless pedal hip injury studies and my experience with a Stand Up Bike. I’ve got lots of great stuff to share so stay tuned for it next week…