Team Soliton knows that the best cyclers know the fact that they came to the top because they did not hesitate to ask, listen and accept advice. If you do so, the chances to succeed in this sport will be much higher. Here are answers to the three most common and most important questions when it comes to training.
1. How much should I drive?
The advice, which should keep it – you drive as much as you ride with pleasure, not a compulsion or exhaustion. If you violate driving and training work, relationship with the people you care about or distract yourself from living a normal way of life – think about it, slow down and break.
2. What is the best way to improve general fitness?
With Overload. What does this mean? Practice heavier and stronger than your body is used to. More simply – do damage to your body. With this, the body is submitted to an overload of muscles, skeleton, ligaments, tendons, cardiovascular and nervous system and it must compensate for this gradually. Compare this with, let’s say, the dark skin that gradually comes from the sun and is becoming blacker and more resistant, or how to say his hands are becoming rougher and more resistant to some physical work.
The real secret of the success lies in the fact that you need to find the line between driving strong enough to produce the stress of the body and the one that will do damage and injuries to muscles or tendons because while the injuries heal, you will have to start from scratch.
3. How do I know I’m not exaggerating with the ride?
When your wife or girlfriend pack up and leaves. When you start driving too much, you threaten to normal life functioning, regarding connections with your friends, and you make the same endanger the survival of the business. If any of this is the case, do not quit driving, but try to remain within the border of normal driving. If you do not fulfill the enjoyment when you go out into the field and excellent track – it is a sign to take a few days of.
For the professional driver, the desire to win often masks the lack of interest for the ride. For the rest of the population – simply take a few days off, run instead of riding a bike, go to the gym, or just walk around.