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Strength Training for Cyclists - What a Sports Physio does

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Many cyclists now understand the benefits of performing strength training as part of their overall program. Using free weights is one of the best ways to develop strength and power, to rehabilitate and condition injured areas, and to provide some variety to an otherwise heavily cardio based regime. Here I demonstrate some of the exercises that I do regularly to benefit my performance on my bike, to look after a long term niggling knee injury, and because I enjoy being strong! 

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Guest - Karan Joshi (website) on Thursday, 11 June 2020 22:56

Hi, I read Your blog and I am very impressed after reading your blog, and your information about weight training for cyclists it's very helpful for me. thank you very much.

Hi, I read Your blog and I am very impressed after reading your blog, and your information about weight training for cyclists it's very helpful for me. thank you very much.:)
Guest - Aniyah Berger (website) on Friday, 27 November 2020 18:14

Found this really interesting, thanks for sharing!

Found this really interesting, thanks for sharing!
Guest - Aniyah Berger (website) on Friday, 27 November 2020 18:15

Found this really interesting, thanks for sharing!

Found this really interesting, thanks for sharing!
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