MAKE LAUNDRY, VACUUMING, AND GROCERY SHOPPING A LITTLE MORE FUN.
When you ask cyclists what they do to get stronger on the bike, one of the most common answers is: “Ride more.” However, as most of us know by now, what you do off the bike with strength training is just as important as the number of miles you rack up in the saddle.
“Anybody who is serious about their performance strength trains,” says Mike Boyle, C.S.C.S., cofounder of Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning. “For the average cyclist, I’d recommend strength training twice a week.”
That said, if the gym is unattractive or just plain overwhelming to you, you’re not alone. Even some pros don’t love it . . .
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