As a cyclist, you know how important it is to have a strong aerobic base and powerful legs. You spend hours sweating it out in the saddle and sculpting quads and calves that a Greek god would envy. But do you find that after a while your lower back starts to ache, your shoulders become tense, and your position starts to suffer? That’s where a strong core comes into play. We delve into why a strong core helps with cycling and give you the best core exercises for cyclists.
Whether you’re a casual rider with a favourite coffee shop stop, a Wattbike warrior or a pro riding hundreds of kilometres a week, there is no debate that stretching helps with recovery and injury prevention after cycling.