Pre And Post Motorcycle Ride Exercise – Tire Flips

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I use this simple but effective exercise in my cross-strength training program. It’s the first in a series of four exercises I incorporate into a single workout. Called warehouse training by some, the tire flip is one of many functional exercises that prepares your entire body for everyday demands by developing overall strength and conditioning. […]

Learning The Ropes

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This month’s routine is a simple exercise that works your grip, forearms, biceps, and latissimus dorsi (lats). These are all muscle groups you use when maneuvering your bike at slow speeds or when moving it around in the garage. To do this exercise you’ll need a 20′ length of 11/2 rope and two weights. Those […]

Front Squats

Place the bar across the top of your chest with your arms parallel to the ground in front of you and bent back across the bar at the elbows, crossing each other at your chin. Your feet are angled, toes out, about shoulder width apart.

As stated back in the August 2009 issue, the squat is the king of exercises and one of the three true     tests of physical strength. A properly executed squat strengthens your entire body. But what if your back is giving you trouble? A good assistance exercise for the standard back squat is the front […]

Three Great Rehab Moves

When doing reverse hypers, bring your legs as close to parallel to the floor as you can get them. Be sure to keep your legs together at all times.

After a full season of riding, some of you may be feeling a little beat up by the road, wind, and your bike. If so, here are three great exercises that’ll help you feel a bit more limber. But even if you don’t feel stiff from riding, you should change your routine often for maximum […]