Improve your cycling-specific and core strength with these exercises.
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Core strength is an often-overlooked aspect of training, but, it is really important. There are plenty of benefits including the potential to reduce the risk of injury.

This video has 5 exercises, all of which require no equipment, that you can work into a great, quick, training session.

Have a go and let us know how you get on in the comments!

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  1. I'd highly recommend reverse lunges i.e.. lunging backwards, as it takes away the shearing force of the kneecap on the front of the tibia and femur. Do it in front of a mirror too so you can watch that the knees are in line with the foot and the hips are stable!

  2. As is always the case with these videos, the exercises are shown, which is great. But what's the recommendation for how many of each one to try? How long to do them for? How often etc?

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