Here is part two of a six part series of videos to help you eliminate arm pump during riding and racing.
If you watched my Arm Pump video (
This week we will look at the glutes (your butt muscles), lower back and core (abdominal muscles) to help improve your strength and endurance on the motorcycle to maintain the proper body position and keep the load off of your arms and onto bigger and stronger muscles.
Pre-Exercise Foam Rolling
As mentioned in Part 1, please
Note: you can use a foam roller, tennis ball, lacrosse ball, etc.
Glutes, Lower Back and Core Specific Strength Exercises
Choose four (4) exercises per body part: Glutes, Lower Back and Core
Complete 2 to 3 sets and 10-15 Repetitions with 30 seconds of rest in between each exercise.
Complete 3 x 30 seconds of a Jump Rope (
Post Exercise Flexibility
Strive to implement this series of exercises three times a week. If you would like to review how we implement strength training with riding and other cross training exercises, please Click Here to reach our Customer Service department and request "Sample Training Overview".
Next week we will discuss and break down your Shoulders, Chest and Neck and how they relate to proper body position on the bike. Until next time, Train Smart, Not Hard!
Yours in sport and health,
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