Via PezCycling News,
- Learn 3 exercises to regain balance and improve posture off the bike
- Breathing exercises can help improve lung capacity and range of motion
- Consistent strength training can benefit cyclists' overall health and performance
In this article, we explore three exercises that can help cyclists regain balance and alleviate the negative effects of the constrained cycling position. The exercises include the half kneeling breath with reach, the half kneeling 1 arm band row with opposite hand reach, and the Spiderman with hip lift. These exercises focus on improving range of motion, loosening tight muscles, and promoting better posture and breathing patterns. By incorporating these exercises into their routine, cyclists can maintain long-term health and well-being and enhance their performance on the bike.
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