How To Cycle Even Faster | GCN’s Tips For Fast Riding

How To Cycle Even Faster | GCN’s Tips For Fast Riding

Manon: Do you want to ride faster than ever? James: In this video we are going to give you tips and tricks to get you smashing them PBs and flying. [music] Manon: The obvious one is working on reducing your aerodynamic drag or spending a load of money on new biking kit, but there are…

Indoor Cycling Training – 25 Minute HIIT Blast

Indoor Cycling Training – 25 Minute HIIT Blast

– We’re off for a quick 25 minute interval blast. Let’s work together on this ride and help take our training to the next level. Follow the effort levels as a guide and work within your own capabilities. The effort levels are measured on a rate of perceived exertion scale. Level one representing very light…

Quick HIIT Workout – Indoor Cycling Training

Quick HIIT Workout – Indoor Cycling Training

Welcome along, everybody. This is a short, 13-minute session, but I promise you we’re going to make the most of it. Let’s start straight away warming up. We’ve got two minutes to get our legs, mind and body ready for the work ahead. If you feel like you’re going to need longer to warm up,…

How To Train On Your Commute | Strength Endurance Training

How To Train On Your Commute | Strength Endurance Training

(upbeat music) – Now this is a GCN commuter session to help you get stronger. Now, I should probably admit it that I absolutely hate strength endurance training and if I possibly could, I would always try and find a way to get out of it. But now I’m training for the Maratona Dolomiti and…

Do Cyclists Need To Go To The Gym?

Do Cyclists Need To Go To The Gym?

– Getting better at cycling isn’t always about riding your bike. I know, shocking right? Gym training can make fitter, faster and stronger. – Many pros these days are taking to strength training to improve their on-bike performance. So, could gym training be something that you’re missing out on? – In this video we’re going…

Cycling Workout – Get Fit With GCN’s 60 Minute Turbo Trainer Class

Cycling Workout – Get Fit With GCN’s 60 Minute Turbo Trainer Class

Let’s start this class. ♪ [music] ♪ These are relatively long intervals, so remember to pace yourself. To keep things interesting during this endurance session, the riding position will vary throughout the entire class. There are no sprints. You’ll have to work for the entire session, but your effort and speed should vary. Try and…

Emma’s 6 Core Stability Exercises For Cyclists | Beginner Core Workout

Emma’s 6 Core Stability Exercises For Cyclists | Beginner Core Workout

– Why bother with core stability training? Well, because it can help you ride faster and avoid injury. Here are six exercises to get you started in core stability training. I know what you’re thinking. You don’t have time, and I do understand, because cycling is already a very time-consuming sport, and if you also…

Quick HIIT Indoor Cycling Workout | 22 Minute Strength Intervals

Quick HIIT Indoor Cycling Workout | 22 Minute Strength Intervals

(upbeat music) – Right, welcome to a GCN realtime training session. Today we’ll be climbing the Passo Campolongo going in the Alta Badia region of the Dolomites. I’m joined with Chris Opie. – Hello. And we’re aboard the Wahoo Kickr, and we’ve also got the Wahoo Kickr Climb and a Headwind. We’ve got a 3.9…

Should You Really Always Wear A Bike Helmet? | The GCN Show Ep. 291

Should You Really Always Wear A Bike Helmet? | The GCN Show Ep. 291

– From the Ride Across Indiana. – [All] Welcome to the GCN Show. – Hello and welcome to the GCN Show brought to you as ever by our friends over at Wiggle. – This week we’re asking if it’s always necessary to wear a bike helmet, ’cause there’s been some interesting research published recently which…

HIIT Workout – High Intensity Intervals | GCN 25 Minute Bike Session

HIIT Workout – High Intensity Intervals | GCN 25 Minute Bike Session

– We’re off for a quick 25 minute interval blast. Let’s work together on this ride and help take our training to the next level. Follow the effort levels as a guide and work within your own capabilities. The effort levels are measured on a rate of perceived exertion scale. Level one representing very light…