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Want stronger legs? Read this…

You can put in all the long, steady miles you like…

But if you really want strong, powerful cycling legs, you need a more sophisticated approach.

In fact, there are 5 specific things you can do to increase your cycling power:

I get it - 


It’s so easy to get carried away with those big weekend rides, and enjoying the social aspect of riding. 

At Brownlee Fitness, we’re big on our athletes actually having fun while they train.

And group rides are an amazing way to do that.

But at some point, if you’re serious about performance, you need to look a little more closely at your training.

And that might mean doing a few things you don’t really love doing which have a positive effect such as.


Solo TT sessions on the bike by yourself are training you physically to improve stamina, and mental resilience for your racing when you need it the most!

Which is why strength work is so important.

Or plyometrics.

Or even a nausea-inducing interval/ tempo session.

Anyway, I won’t give away the entire article in this email, but if you’re looking to really take your cycling to the next level -


Brownlee Fitness



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