May
13

New Podcast: Knee Stomp vs. Hip Stomp for Jumping, History of the TGU and Isometric Bro Science

This week I’ve got a new podcast to share with you. Instead of a single topic, I had a few random things that wouldn’t make for a whole episode alone so I put them together into this BikeJames Podcast.

In this episode I cover…

  • Knee Stomp vs. Hip Stomp: Why “stomp your feet” can be a bad coaching cue for jumping or manualing your bike.
  • The importance of foot position on the bike for using your Hip Hinge and “stomping your feet” the right way (and why this is a major reason the Catalyst Pedals work so well).
  • Some history on the Turkish Get Up and why you may be missing out if all you do is the kettlebell version.
    Why training is like a game of chess and your goals are only half of the equation.

You can download or stream this episode below or you can find the BikeJames Podcast on Itunes and Podbean.

Click Here to Download the MP3 File

I hope you enjoy this month’s episode and I’ll look forward to sharing more stuff with you in the next one.

Until next time…

Ride Strong,

James Wilson
MTB Strength Training Systems

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