You’re on your bike a lot throughout the week—long rides, hilly rides, sprint interval sessions, you name it. All of that time spent pedaling can leave you feeling stiff and sore. That’s where mobility work comes in, which takes your body through its full range of motion.
“When cyclists remain in the same position for the duration of their workout, this repetition can cause tightness and muscle imbalances,” says Hannah Myett, a Brooklyn-based NASM-certified personal trainer and yoga teacher. “This workout was created to let you find where there are hang-ups, work through them, and work toward a greater range of motion, increased mobility, and increased flexibility.”
Mobility work may be harder for some than others, and that’s okay—start with where you’re at, and go from there.
“Know that when you see someone demo an exercise, especially in regards to flexibility and mobility, their body will not always be an…