Ride Fit | Rebuild, Restore: Lower leg self therapy fixes
The mountain bike athlete “Pit Stop,” education and self-fixes.
As mountain bike athletes, we experience many different kinds of stressors that can effect our performance; training, riding and racing, as well as injuries and trauma, that can set us back and prevent us from riding to our true potential.
This six part “Rebuild/Restore” series will teach you how to help your body heal from injury as well as prepare it to perform so you can ride at a higher level of performance whether you race enduro, DH or just love to ride with your friends.
Today, we introduce Part one of the – “Rebuild/ Restore” video series-
“How mobility and stability works, and we teach you Body Fix #1- Lower leg self therapy fixes.“
Watch it now to start to learn how to take care of your body starting with the lower leg:
Here’s what you have to look forward in this video series designed to give you the tools to help your body recover from injury and to be a performance enhancer to your riding and racing:
Video #2- Your ankle to knee and hip to knee
Video #3- Got tight hips, or lower back, try these out to improve your riding!
Video #4 Get better shoulder function for riding – the shoulder girdle
Video #5- Get better shoulder function for riding- the rotator cuff
Video #6- Let’s bring it all together! Watch This 8 Exercise Stability Workout for better balance, strength and injury prevention.
Remember, with each of these videos you will learn how the body part works, potential causes of mountain biking dysfunction and pain, and self-therapy techniques you can apply to yourself to help with old (or new) injuries.
Words: Dee Tidwell- Owner of www.enduromtbtraining.com