Strength and conditioning

CYCLING AND TRIATHLON OFF THE BIKE SESSIONS FOR ENDURANCE ATHLETES.

We have created a space and kitted it out to ensure all your cycling and triathlon needs are covered. Our expertly designed sessions will increase your performance and help keep you injury free by incorporating specific exercises for endurance athletes. Whether you’re returning from injury, looking to improve your general mobility or aiming to get the competitive edge over your opponents, these sessions will meet your needs.

 All sessions are peak time and 45 mins long. Book in on the schedule with your N+1 peloton bolt on or athlete lab pack.

 

Mountain Goat
The Track Stand
ROMP
Keirin
  • ROMP

  • This session consists of 3 major mobility; principles; roller work, joint maneuverability, and targeted stretches
  • Mountain Goat

  • Moderate intensity endurance based exercises. Designed to develop your ability to sit in heavier gears, to climb faster, and climb stronger
  • Keirin

  • Power based exercises, designed to improve acceleration and high-intensity breakaways
  • Track Stand

  • Core stability and balance, an important aspect of efficient cycling, running and swimming.

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Winter Base Training

How to maximise your Winter Base Training for the coming season! We go through how to structure, develop and get the most out of your training!
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Top 10 Tips: How to get workouts, sleep & rest right during the taper to a big event?

The key to a good taper is understanding the interplay between your body's cyclical habits, the timings and locations concerning the pre-race schedule, and overall logistics. A typical taper assumes you are aiming on peaking for that one event; the method for tapering for consecutive events (on consecutive weekends) is slightly different and can be adapted to provided the requisite amount of training and conditioning has been put away.
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HOW TO PLAN YOUR WINTER TRAINING

The key aim of base training is to build a good endurance base and build strength so that later in the season you have a solid base on which to fine tune your racing speed. Imagine you have two engines, one engine is for speed and the other engine is for endurance. It’s great to have speed on your bike but do you have the endurance to maintain that speed through a race or sportive? You need both engines to be both strong and efficient.
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Ironman Kona 2014

Athlete Lab Sydney member Debi Hazelden recently completed Ironman…