Yoga for Cyclists - Beginner (pair w/ Intermediate Road Plan), by The Sufferfest.
Plan Length: 10 Weeks
The yoga plan for beginner and inexperienced yogis. Designed to pair with The Sufferfest Intermediate Road Plans.
To ensure all your activities are synced, set the start date of this yoga plan to the same date as your main plan.
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Sample Week of Training
Below is a week of training from this plan which represents the type of workouts you will be doing.
Cross Training - Yoga: In Couchlandria: The Office
Beginner If you’re spending a lot of time sitting down in an office, stiffness, tension and soreness can creep into your body. That can affect your performance on the bike. This routine will counteract the damage done at the desk and ensure your body is ready to Suffer properly once you get on the bike.
Cross Training - Breathing To CRUSH THEM
Perhaps the only people more Badass than Sufferlandrians are Navy Seals. And this is the breathing exercise that Navy Seals do to calm down and focus themselves before major operations. Learn and use this technique before heading into your own major events and races.
Cross Training - Breathing More DEEPLY
Beginner Diaphragmatic Breathing is a calming exercise that encourages you to breathe deeply into your abdomen.
Cross Training - Yoga: Loosen Your Lower Back
Beginner This routine is designed to relieve pain and release tension in the lower back. These poses open up the hips, stretch the hamstrings and strengthen the core. We finish with a diaphragmatic breathing exercise to relax the body and let go of tension around areas of pain.