In the previous blog we covered off on the benefits of taking your road bike to the track on race day...
One of the benefits we highlighted was the recovery benefits that having your road bike can give you, for example:
When coming off the track after a race, your road bike is easily accessible and the gearing is usually lighter, allowing you to pedal at higher cadences - clearing lactate...
Are you a middle aged cyclist?
Have you ever wondered what areas you need to consider in your training once you hit middle age and beyond?
In this short video blog, our Physiological Performance Analyst Michael Jordan talks about some of the key areas that middle aged cyclists need to focus on in their training.
It's the worst enemy of every cyclist...
The ITB - the Illiotibial Band
What is it?
And how can you release it to prevent injury and get the most out of your cycling?
The Illiotibial band is fibrous connective tissue that originates on the pelvis, travels down the lateral aspect of the leg, and attaches to the tibia just below the knee (Baumstark, 2010).
We're excited to introduce to you our Injury Prevention Coach and Physiotherapist Mark Stokes!
Mark worked with us both when we were on the Australian Cycling Team, and works with many other top athletes and teams, including Olympians.
Mark has done an exclusive set of 16x Injury Prevention Videos for Track Cycling Academy...
We can help! We've put a program in place to help you get on track to achieve your cycling goals in 2021.
*For a limited time only*