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Recovery for Cyclists

  • 4 min read
  • July 2019
  • By TB12 Team
Cyclist Performance and Recovery

YOU WOULD THINK that a lower-body dominated exercise, like cycling, would be great for creating strong glutes. After all, this muscle group is primarily active in hip extension, a major component of pushing down on the pedals. Glutes are also largely responsible for hip abduction, adduction, and rotation. This is where cyclists get in trouble, and where pliability and functional strength training can help.


Leg Assisted Side Plank


Double Leg Glute Bridge


Lateral band walks

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