4 Ways to Use Spin Workouts to Get Faster

Most dedicated triathletes planning summer races begin the base portion of their training sometime in the mid-to-late winter. However, that timing can conflict with Mother Nature, since winter is typically when weather is cold, roads are less safe, and daylight hours are minimal, leading to more low-light rides.

Given the challenges that cycling in bad weather can pose, moving indoors to a spin trainer can be a great way to boost your fitness while staying safe and warm. If done correctly, a spin workout can be among the best workouts you do all season.

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