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Make up for your roller workouts

We recommend exercises and guidelines to keep in mind to prepare and compensate for the posture and muscles used.

During this period of confinement the roller training for cyclists and triathletes It is being used the most, but also athletes from other specialties have resorted to this option due to the lack of other possibilities.

You can check some of our recommendations in this section of home workouts 

For all of you we recommend exercises and guidelines to consider to prepare and compensate the posture and muscles used.

 Before moving on to the recommendations, we present in a very didactic scheme the main involvement of each muscle in the different phases or moments of pedaling

participation of each muscle in the different phases or moments of pedaling
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In addition to the main muscles involved in pedaling, you should bear in mind that the body position adopted on the bike places great demands on core and back muscles.

main muscles involved in pedaling
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Having said which, we propose to carry out a series of stretches after roller training or in a planned way throughout the week, so that reduce muscle tension caused by the work of the main and secondary muscles during training, to avoid overloads and possible injuries.

Stretches table after roll
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Likewise, your muscles must be prepared to carry out these workouts, so specific strength sessions, both lower body like core, will be essential in your training planning.

Stretches for triathletes and cyclists

We leave you some ideas so that you can carry out an adequate training:

Laura García Cervantes

Laura García Cervantes
Laura García Cervantes

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