What are the most important things to know about hip pain?
Why should I be thinking about my posture? Why is it important?
Anyone who has suffered hip pain has probably never forgotten it. My goal is to help you get over it.
There are 24 muscles that cross the hip joint and a lot of nerves run through there, so it can be a potentially complicated area to diagnose.
The most common areas where people experience hip pain are the front of the thigh, the groin, the outside of the hip, the hip bone area, the back of the hips or the buttocks, and deep in the hip joint.
Some of the most common issues creating this pain are:
Where should I go to find out more for off-season training for the cyclist?
We’re born with natural curves in our spine, if you’re looking at it from the side. We have a small arch at our neck and one at our lower back. With the stress we put our bodies through – activities or lack of activity where we’re sitting at a computer all day long and start drifting forward – well, those natural spine curves can be lost. That can lead to pain in the joints of your spine. Tight or overstretched muscles. Numbness. A persistent tingling in your arms, your legs – really, it can occur anywhere.
What are the most important things to know about knee pain with cycling?
Athletes naturally want to stay in shape during the off-season. Cyclists, especially those who live in states like Wisconsin where biking may not be a year-round option, can still stay fit and enjoy off-season training.
You’ve done your race season, your event season, the peak cycling season is ending and you want to improve. The whole point of off-season training is to get better for next season, get stronger, and have greater endurance.
Strength Training for the Novice Lifter - Week 13
Knee pain can be excruciating. It can hinder your ability to cycle, or at least take the joy out of it. For effective treatment, the most important thing is you first need to consider where you’re having the pain. Is it in the front of the knee, the inside of the knee, the outside or the back?
Strength Training for the Novice Lifter - Week 12
In WEEK 13, we will begin to add plyometric exercises (jumpy stuff) as we continue to build to MAXIMAL STRENGTH 💪
Strength Training for the Novice Lifter - Week 11
Who are all the 🏆 WINNERS 🏆 out there who have either started these workouts or perhaps are all caught up and ready to take on WEEK 12!?
Strength Training for the Novice Lifter - Week 10
Ok, so we're in WEEK 11...are you becoming a strength machine yet? 😎Are there some aches and pains that have gone away? If so, it's likely because your muscles are working better to support your joints! 👍
Strength Training for the Novice Lifter - Week 9
WEEK 10 is happening NOW!!! No need for a fitness-related New Year's resolution because you started strength training 10 weeks ago, right? It's all about consistency with these sessions, but mixing up the challenges you present to your body for overall improvements in strength and ease of movement.
A warm welcome to you on Week 9 of strength training for the novice lifter.