Get Off The Couch And Ride! A Pathway To Ride Day Fitness #2

Get Off The Couch And Ride! A Pathway To Ride Day Fitness #2 – with host Bobby Kennedy

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Today Riding Gravel continues the series of videos which will focus on how anyone can get from ‘zero to race day shape‘. Realizing that COVID-19 may have caused many of you to take up couch surfing and that your riding time may have suffered from a lack of focus, Bobby Kennedy of Salty and Stupid Cycling has created a series of videos to help anyone get off the couch and ride. While the main purpose was to help riders to be successful in his events; The Stupid Pony and the Salty Lizard 100, these same fitness principles can be applied for any event, be it a race or just an event where gravel riding is involved.

Bobby Kennedy of Salty and Stupid Cycling (L) and Pat Casey of Peak State Fitness (R)
Bobby Kennedy (L) and Pat Casey

In this installment, Bobby and his guest, Pat Casey of Peak State Fitness, discuss what an annual fitness training plan is and why it is important. To SEE THE VIDEO , please click that link, which will take you to the Riding Gravel You Tube page. Don’t forget to subscribe and click the notification bell while you are there. that way you will get notifications when more videos in this series will appear. You’ll also get notified of other Riding Gravel You Tube content. Thanks in advance! Did you miss the first in the series? here is the link back to that post.

We will drop a new video link to the series every couple of weeks or so. Look for more gear and fitness tips. Don’t forget to check out Salty and stupid Cycling as well for news on the Salty Lizard 100 and Stupid Pony events. Stay tuned for more Get Up Off The Couch and Ride! videos coming soon! Get up off the couch and ride!

Riding Gravel would like to thank Salty and Stupid Cycling, Peak Cycling Fitness, and Bobby Kennedy for their work and willingness to share it on Riding Gravel.

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Author: Guitar Ted

Guitar Ted hails from Iowa. Home of over 70,000 miles of gravel and back roads. Co-creator of Trans Iowa in late 2004, he has been at the forefront of the growth of gravel events and riding since then. Creator of Gravel Grinder News in 2008, he produced the premier calendar of gravel and backroad events. GT joined forces with Riding Gravel in late 2014.

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