Stability-Ball Exercises to Build Strength and Flexibility

Great Abs
If you’re like many cyclists, after completing a long ride your biggest complaint isn’t the pain in your butt or legs; it’s the pain in your back, often caused by riding for extended periods in the drops or hunched position.

The key to thwarting the chiropractor and the massage therapist is developing core strength. A strong core region (abdominal, lower back and hip muscles) stabilizes your spine and acts as a link in the transmission of power between the upper and lower body.
Read more of Mike Price’s Article which appeared in Triathlete magazine

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