Plyometrics help to increase the power output of your muscles, so you can generate more force on your pedals, move faster, and be more agile on the bike. What’s not to love about it?!
But, you may be intimidated on how to include plyometrics in your training, so I dispel any fears in this episode and explain how you can include it in your training in a simple yet effective way. Let’s jump in! (Pun intended, naturally.) 😉
Here are some other episodes about strength training for cyclists that are worth checking out:
- 40. How to Warm-Up Before Strength Workouts
- 38. Why Your Core is Crucial for Everything
- 7. Is Strength Training Important for Cyclists?
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