Cyclists – Planning for 2016
Off-season 2015! Whether you’re hanging up the road bike until 2016, jumping straight onto a cross bike, collapsing in a pile of donuts and craft beer, or all three, you may be starting to consider what you can do during the fall and winter to make 2016 your best season yet.
Free of the demands of racing, full of opportunities to experiment, ask questions, and build groundwork for improved fitness, the off-season is a rich source of potential improvement. Still, many riders struggle with how to experiment, what questions to ask, and when to incorporate different training types and intensities.
Join USA Cycling coach Colin Gibson for an overview of off-season strategy, covering topics including:
- How to assess the past season
- When to resume structured training
- How to incorporate strength training into your program
- How to train with limited time
- When to ride hard, when to ride easy
- Training stress vs training stimulus
- The value of cross training
- Common training mistakes
- Recovery techniques
Bring a pen, a pad, any questions you have, and turn your off-season into an #ahhffseason.
This class is being held at Hosmer Chiropractic Health on October 15th, from 5:30 – 7:00 PM. Registration is through the OBRA Website