January 22, 2021 1 min read

Whether it is a long ride on a road bike or shredding the hills on a mountain bike, your mobility can be the difference between a great ride and and one that leaves you sore for days later. Derek Teel (@dialedhealth), elite trainer and part of the PNG family, has developed a set of 3 realistic stretches to keep your muscles loose and limber so you can get the most out of your ride. Give them a try and let us know if you feel the difference.


LEG SWINGS: This dynamic stretch(constant movement) will hit your hamstring as your leg goes forward and hip flexor as your leg moves backward.  Keep your core engaged and leg relaxed.



TWISTING QUAD: Adding the twist to a traditional quad stretch helps you hit your TFL(muscle in outer hip) that can help relieve IT Band tightness.  Hold for 30 Seconds each side.



EGYPTIAN STRETCH: Targeting your shoulders by moving into internal/external rotation, this will help your upper body stay loose and activated.  The reaching arm twists “out” and the behind arm twists “in.”


Do you ever stretch mid ride? Comment below!



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