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30-Minute Stationary Trainer Workouts (5)

Bicycle Workout Series Articles: [ 30-Minute Trainer Workouts ] 2-Hour Trainer Workouts ]


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30-Minute Stationary Trainer Workouts (5) (Introduction)


Each article has a verbal description of the workout, a summary chart of the workout, a minute-by-minute table of the workout, and a PowerTap download of typical workout with heart rate, power, and cadence.


Spin-Up & Spin

One of the problems most riders face is a lack of time. Increase efficiency with an effective half-hour workout.

This is a simple spin workout. It helps recovery, promotes a fluid pedal stroke, and functions well as an easy warm-up.

Racers may use a similar workout before breakfast to wake up their legs for harder work later in the day.


Spin-Ups 

Increase efficiency with this effective half-hour workout. This is a spin-up workout. It helps recovery, promotes a fluid pedal stroke, and helps develop leg speed.


Spin-Up & Climb 

Most of us want to climb better. But how can one get a climbing workout with only 30 minutes to train, and no time to commute to the local hillóor if there is no local climbing? Itís easyóraise the front of your trainer and do the following workout!


Climb #1 and #2

Most of us need to climb better. But how can one get a climbing workout with only 30 minutes to train, and no time to commute to the local hillóor if there is no local climbing?

Itís easyóraise the front of the trainer and do the following workouts!


For more information about stationary training, read Stationary Training, an ABC article; Smart Cycling; or HIT: High-Intensity Training For Cyclists.


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