Strength training is often the most underutilised training method for women and many are yet to reap the benefits of it.
I often get asked by students/colleagues/clients if resistance training is safe for women and should they even do it!
A good sitting and riding posture is essential, riding asymmetrically (slipping to one side) is not uncommon given that we are left or right sided dominant.
Training at high intensities for shorter durations will not only save you time but research states that’s higher intensities elicit greater improvements in VO2MAX than lower intensities.
Both BMI and skin fold assessment are relatively quick and of course there are better methods out there but ….
Aerobic endurance plays a key role in many sports and this is also true for riding ….
This blog has given me a spur of energy and I would like to prove to myself that I can practice what I preach.
Riding is a great exercise that elevates your heart rate, makes you breathe deeper and requires your muscles work hard to maintain balance and rhythm. However ….