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CYCLING WEEKLY: “Nine things I wish I knew when I started indoor cycling…”

From a recent article at Cycling Weekly. Many of these mistakes can impact Studio cyclists in a group ex setting too (especially for those extended Endurance rides that run for 90 minutes or more)!

The LIST of 9 mistakes:

  1. NOT DRINKING ENOUGH
  2. NOT HAVING ENOUGH VENTILATION
  3. NOT FOLLOWING AN INTERVAL SESSION OR TRAINING PLAN
  4. TRAINING ON AN EMPTY STOMACH
  5. SITTING UP WHILE TRAINING – NOT UTILIZING YOUR CORE
  6. NOT USING A TOWEL – SALTING UP YOUR BIKE
  7. NOT ADJUSTING FTP BIAS AND ENDING UP ROCKING IN THE SADDLE TO MAINTAIN POWER
  8. NOT WARMING UP AND COOLING DOWN PROPERLY
  9. NOT SETTING SPECIFIC, AMBITIOUS BUT ATTAINABLE GOALS THAT YOU CARE ABOUT

Visit Cycling Weekly on the web for the complete details, video, and more!

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Sam Gupta, Video Manager

After discovering his love of cycling in college, Sam has always kept two wheels very close. Having spent over five years working in a couple of local bike shops, it’s fair to say he enjoys getting hands on. He also loves to push himself to ride ever longer distances and to explore as many new places as possible.

Sam has been Cycling Weekly’s video manager since January 2022. You’ll find him on our YouTube channel where he brings you the latest cycling tech news, rides and reviews all of the most important new launches and takes in some incredible cycling adventures too.

ABOUT THE PUBLICATION: Cycling Weekly

Cycling Weekly is the world’s leading cycling website for news, racing, reviews, buying advice, and fitness and training tips.

As a brand, Cycling Weekly was originally founded in magazine form in 1891, with the website launching in 2006.

The magazine continues to be the best-selling cycling publication in the UK, while the site has grown to reach millions of cycling fans around the world and continues to expand.

We pride ourselves on delivering timely and accurate news and interviews from the biggest races and the wider cycling world, as well as providing in-depth buying advice and impartial reviews from our expert tech team.

NOTE: 99% of the content from this post is taken from the publisher’s free, public website…please visit cyclingweekly.com for many more great cycling resources!


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