"""Tom Danielson's Core Advantage" provides both a solid basis of theory and practical exercises for improving our cycling. Designed specifically for cyclists...from the ground up to prevent cycling injuries and with the specific posture and motion of cycling in mind...Holistic and progressive workouts...Absolutely no equipment of any kind is needed."" -- Pezcyclingnews ""A strong midsection makes for a more efficient stroke. Try the 50 exercises in "Tom Danielson's Core Advantage"."" -- "Bicycling magazine" """Tom Danielson's Core Advantage" argues for a different kind of core training than the traditional parade of crunches...The style of training works for everybody who exercises and especially for those who are getting older and are familiar with nagging back issues."" -- "Denver Post" ""Even if you're not suffering from back pain, [these 50 exercises] are a helpful, practical and surefire way to improve your riding."" -- RoadBikeRider.com ""In their book, Danielson and Westfahl discuss the importance of core training and offer plans for cyclists of all levels."" -- "The Olympian"Vom Verlag:
"Tom Danielson's Core Advantage" offers cyclists a core strengthening programme to make every bike ride faster and painfree. This comprehensive approach shows the 50 essential core workout routines that will build strength and endurance in the key core muscles for cycling - no gym membership required. For years, professional cyclist Tom Danielson battled back pain that hurt his race performance and made riding his bike painful. Personal trainer Allison Westfahl cured Danielson's back problems with a core training programme that has become Danielson's secret weapon for climbing and time trialing. Rather than focusing on leg strength alone, Danielson's total-body strength routine boosts his performance, helps him recover from injuries, and gives him an edge in the peloton. "Tom Danielson's Core Advantage" shares three core strength plans so any cyclist can enjoy faster, longer rides. Beginner, intermediate, and advanced training plans will help bike racers, century riders, and weekend warriors to stabilise the upper body, improving cycling efficiency and reducing the fatigue that can cause back and neck pain. Cyclists will use their own body weight during exercises for the lower back, hips, abs, chest, and shoulders to build strength in these critical areas. Danielson models each exercise in clear photographs. Diagrams of key muscle and bone structures explain the goals of each workout. Riding a bike takes more than leg strength. Now "Tom Danielson's Core Advantage" lays out the core strengthening routines that enable longer, faster rides.
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