Attention Mountain Bikers:
Do You Want To Quickly And Safely Build Strength And Cardio In Less Than 20 Minutes?
Introducing the Ramping Isometrics Program for Mountain Biking, helping you build strength and cardio in the fastest, safest and most convenient way possible.
Ramping Isometrics are a specific way of using isometric training that has several benefits for us as mountain bikers:
- Effective. Nothing beats isometric training for building tension in a muscle, which is the basis for strength on and off the bike.
- Convenient. All you need is a rope, jiu-jitsu belt or even just a large beach towel and the workouts can be done anywhere, anytime.
- Efficient. In less than 20 minutes you can get a great total body workout that improves not only your strength but your cardio as well.
- Safe. Since you aren’t moving you don’t have to worry about injuring yourself like you do with regular weight training.
- Easy on the joints. Since you aren’t compressing your joints with weight you don’t have the aches and pains that can come with regular weight training.
All of this makes Ramping Isometrics one of the best ways to train for the unique demands of mountain biking.
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What Do Ramping Isometrics Do For Your MTB Specific Fitness That No Other Training Method Can?
Ramping Isometrics – which is a specific training method and is not the same as regular isometric training – is an interesting training protocol because it helps build MTB specific fitness in two ways:
Improves the all important Strength-to-Weight Ratio. A major factor strength and power production is the amount of tension you can generate in a muscle and movement pattern. The more tension you can generate the “stronger” you will be.
Since Ramping Isometrics allow you to safely build extremely high levels of tension within MTB specific movement patterns you will improve your trail-strength like no other training method can. Plus, it isn’t damaging the muscles like traditional weight training, resulting in less soreness and less muscle growth. This results in a higher Strength-to-Weight Ratio.
The higher this ration is the easier it is to push harder gears and maneuver your bike around on the trail, which is the Holy Grail of MTB strength training.
Improves your High Tension Cardio. One of the things that really separates mountain biking from other cycling sports is the extreme amounts of tension we have to generate and sustain on the trail. I refer to these as High Tension Efforts and they are fueled completely differently by your cardio system than lower tension efforts are.
This is one of the reasons that High Intensity Interval Training has become so popular for mountain bikers – interval training works on this High Tension Cardio side of things and help your cardio system adapt to the specific demands of this type of cardio training. And since Ramping Isometrics have your muscles under tension for 90 seconds they give you a chance to work on your High Tension Cardio in a unique way.
The extreme amounts of constant tension force the body to adapt in ways that not even interval training can. You’ll find that your hardest efforts feel easier and that you can recover faster, both of which will improve your endurance and speed on the trail.
Both of these have a direct impact on your performance on the trail, which makes Ramping Isometrics a “must” for any rider who wants to get the most out of their training program.
With just two workouts a week – taking less than 20 minutes each – it is the most convenient and efficient program possible, giving you more time for your busy life.
Plus, the workouts are much easier on your body and don’t leave you feeling beat up and tired, giving your more energy for riding your bike.
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This makes the Ramping Isometric Program perfect for…
- The busy rider who has minimal time to train and needs a fast workout they can do at home.
- Riders who travel a lot and need a workout that travels with them and let’s them stay consistent with their workouts on the road.
- The 40+ rider who needs a way to improve and maintain strength without putting a lot of extra wear and tear on the joints and body.
- The rider on a budget who wants to strength train but can’t afford to invest in much equipment.
- Any rider who wants to maximize their results.
This program includes everything you need to quickly get started using Ramping Isometrics. In fact, I set it up so that you can do your first workout within 15 minutes of downloading the manual.
For less than a pair of grips you’ll get…
- TA manual detailing the 12-week program.
- A screen capture video going over the program and the easiest way to get started with it.
- Pictures and video demos of each of the 26 exercises.
- Weekly training plans to show you how to fit it into your schedule.
- A Dynamic Mobility Warm Up routine with a follow-along video.
- Email access to me for any questions you have.
Plus, the program comes with a 90 day money-back-guarantee.
If you don’t see noticeable results in a few weeks then I don’t deserve to keep your money.
You’ve got nothing to lose…except some minutes off you best time and some riding partners on the next tough climb. Let me share the best kept secret in strength training – Ramping Isometrics – and show you how you can use them to improve your speed, endurance and confidence on the trail!
Until next time…
James Wilson – MTB Strength Training Systems
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Frequently Asked Questions About This Program:
A: The easiest way to explain is for you to watch the video below where I explain and demonstrate this unique training technique…
You can use the Ramping Isometric Training Program as a stand-alone program or you can combine it with your other training to take your results with it to the next level. Either way, making Ramping Isometrics a part of your routine will help you build MTB specific strength and cardio in the fastest, safest way possible.
You will need something like a rope, a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Belt or even a large beach towel. I prefer the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Belt because it is super strong while also being soft on the hands. I have cover some options and where to find them in the manual but odds are you have something around the house you can start with.
I thought this as well but found that it applied to the old way of performing isometrics. The sustained tension in the weakest range of motion has a carryover effect to the rest of the movement. Plus, you are still using your bike riding and other training to work on the other ranges of motion so the Ramping Isometrics are just improving your ability to create tension within those movements.
With movement based exercises you certainly do need to be careful about going too hard too often. But that is because these exercises rely on compression, which places stress more directly on the joints and muscle fibers, which are prone to injury if pushed too hard. Ramping Isometrics are not placing that type of stress on the body which makes it easier on the joints and much safer than traditional strength training.