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- December 5, 2008 at 9:09 am #4718DaveKeymaster
- December 5, 2008 at 9:31 am #5636LyndaKeymaster
Stay away from anything that bugs your ITB. In the big picture high cadence and one leg drills are low priority. Dropping them in favor of ITB rehab is a no brainer.
As an alternative pedal at a comfortable cadence for the same duration or cut the ride short.
- December 21, 2008 at 8:26 pm #5657DaveKeymaster
not to pick off this thread but i have a question about these drills…
How do you perform the spin ups?
If I can't hold the candence up at 90 on the one legged drills is it ok to drop below to make sure i get the
- December 22, 2008 at 9:05 am #5658LyndaKeymaster
Spin-ups: Slowly increase your cadence (or spin-up) to max rpm or the rpm recommended in the workout description over 30 seconds. When you begin to lose form and bounce back-off and then hold it.
One leg pedaling drills are to improve pedaling form. Drop the cadence to the rpm where you can do them with perfect form. Over the duration of the training plan work
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