1. Body position
Getting yourself fitted properly to a bike is the first thing you need to ensure your comfort on the saddle.
While you are on the TT bars, relax and keep your chest open. Constricting your chest means inhaling less air which will affect your performance.
2. Hit the Gym
3. Pick a safe area to ride TT
He has training and recovery tips & tricks from his 53 years of bike riding. He has done more than 100 Ironman races and 6000 hours of athlete coaching including the use of active compression technology.
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