5 At-Home Workouts to Power Your Pedal Stroke



Building speed and endurance on the bike is about more than how many miles you pedal. "You also need total-body strength, power, core stability, and flexibility," says Greg Moore, a performance specialist at St. Vincent Sports Performance in Indianapolis. That said, getting to and from the gym can be a major time suck, especially when you'd rather be riding. But with the right equipment plus a few key moves, you can get stronger at home--and have more time for the bike. Here's your guide.

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