I usually charge $200-$300 per month for programs (which makes 12 months of programs valued at over $3000) however all of it can be yours for only $19! For less than an XO or XTR rear derailer that can get destroyed by a single wayward rock (I’ve been there!) you get to invest in something that will last for as long as you are a mountain biker – an improved, more injury resistant “engine” to drive your bike.
What equipment do I need to do the workouts?
To complete the workouts in the 40+ Rider Program you will need access to a foam roller, a set of dumbbells or kettlebells ranging from 20-50 pounds (adjustable dumbbells or kettlebells are fine), a chin up bar OR and Ab Wheel and a bench.
How much time each week does it take to see results?
The program is scalable to the amount of time you have available, from as little as 2 hours up to 10-12 hours week. By making sure that you focus on the things that deliver the biggest impact on the trail you can see noticeable results in much less time. In fact, I’ve had more than one rider tell me that it almost feels like cheating when you see how little you really have to do to see an impact on your riding.
Isn’t strength training only for Downhillers and Freeriders?
Strength training can help you excel at the more aggressive side of riding like standing pedaling, railing through rock gardens and exploding into bunny hops and off jumps. All of these things are usually associated with Downhilling or Freeriding but they aren’t exclusive to them. Every mountain biker reading this can benefit from and have more fun as a result of strength training even if you have no idea what the words “chairlift access” or “huck” even mean.
How can The 40+ Rider MTB Workout Program help improve my endurance for longer rides/ races?
While the strength training is definitely a big part of the program, the real goal of it is to improve your efficiency on the bike. It does this through working on your movement off the bike and showing you how to apply that improved movement to the bike through better posture and skills. All of this adds up to you being able to go faster while using less energy. If you want to be able to sustain a strong pace on the trail for 2-6+ hours without spending half your life on a trainer/ road bike then this is the program for you.
Shouldn’t I just ride or do extra cardio training with any extra time I have instead of strength training?
The simplest answer is this – while cardio training can help you improve the size of the gas tank, strength and mobility training can help you improve the efficiency/ gas mileage of the engine. Strength and mobility training, especially when done the way you will in this program, helps you maintain balance and strengthen areas you need on the trail but don’t use enough on the trail to improve like your core and hips. When you move better you will be stronger in the gym and be able to move more efficiently on your bike, especially as you fatigue or the trail gets rough. Just focusing on cardio simply doesn’t improve everything you really need to be a better rider.
NOTE: 40+ Rider Workout Program is a downloadable exercise routine manual. No physical products will be shipped. After you order, you will get INSTANT ACCESS to download the exercise routine manual and all the bonus reports onto your computer. The exercise routine manual format is adobe acrobat PDF, which can be viewed on Mac or PC.