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Specific workout to optimize your athletics capacities to transfer the gains performance directly into your sport.
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Physiotherapy rehab

Following an injury, use services of a sports physiotherapist to help you to return to your level.

Our vision of cycling coaching

ARPhysioTraining is the essential address for all cycling enthusiasts looking for a professional coach. With the expertise of Arthur Roux, a former cyclist, our specialized coach offers a unique experience for cyclists of all levels.

Whether you are a professional runner or an amateur, male or female, ARPhysioTraining meets all your expectations. Our cycling coach, Arthur Roux, a graduate in physiotherapy, is a real expert in the field. He has worked with cyclists from different backgrounds, including women, and has a solid experience in high-level training.

The training offered by ARPhysioTraining aims to help you achieve your goals, whether in terms of performance, pleasure or health. Whether you want to improve your results in competition, prepare for an ultra-distance race or simply stay in shape, our programs are tailored to your specific needs.

As a professional trainer, Arthur Roux provides you with a multitude of tools and measures to optimize your training sessions. Whether on the road, on the track or indoors with cycling, it will guide you in your progress.

At ARPhysioTraining, we focus on having fun cycling while achieving your goals. With a personalized approach and attentive follow-up, our cycling coach accompanies you at every stage of your journey. Do not hesitate to contact us to start your training with ARPhysioTraining and discover the benefits of professional training for your passion for cycling.

My Cycling Coach FAQ

How to be a good cyclist?

These are tips and ideas to help you become a better, fitter and stronger cyclist.

  1. Increase your average speed by 1km/h. ...

  2. Ride in comfort. ...

  3. Cycle more in your week. ...

  4. Never have a "stroke". ...

  5. Drive 160 km....

  6. Love the hills. ...

  7. Ride with your friends.

How to climb a hill while limiting your efforts?

With fatigue or because your gear is not adapted to the slope you are climbing, it can be interesting or even vital to climb the hill by performing zigzags. This technique makes it possible to reduce the percentage of the slope but will increase the distance to be covered and the time of effort.

Why should you cycle?

Driving in a shorter gear promotes changes of pace, sudden acceleration and relaunches when exiting corners. This technique also optimizes muscle oxygenation as well as the relaxation of fibers during the pedaling cycle.

How to gain strength while cycling?

Typical training session for velocity For this, start with a very simple exercise: alternate 5 minutes in strength (50-70 revolutions per minute) and 5 minutes in velocity (100-120 revolutions per minute).

How not to get tired on a bike?

Avoid fatigue on the bike
Adopt a pedaling frequency of 60 revolutions per minute, using flexible gears to maintain this speed of the legs. This pace requires a moderate effort while ensuring a good cruising speed.

What is the right cycling cadence?

In theory, the optimal point of pedaling cadence on climbs is 70 rpm, and it goes up to 80 on the flat, but the truth is that there is a considerable margin. If you are able to circulate between 100 and 60 strokes per minute, you will work most efficiently.

What gear for the 60s and over?

However, riders over 60 tend to prefer a lighter gear ratio with a medium-to-small chainring ratio and a medium-to-large cog.

How to gain 50 Watts by bike?

Shift up a gear (eg 50 x 11) and from a seated position pedal as hard as you can until you reach 80 rpm. This should take about 15 seconds. Shift to low gear and pedal gently for three minutes at 90 rpm.

How to progress by bike on the slopes?

It is a question of doing regular PPE sessions in the form of round trips in hills of medium, high and very high slope, climbing at moderate intensity. You really have to take it easy on the first climbs and increase the intensity a bit with each repetition.

How not to have sore legs while cycling?

Sore thighs on a bike: 5 tips to avoid it!

  1. Check your saddle height. As you pedal, the legs bend and unbend, making a circle around the pedal board. ...

  2. Find your pedaling speed. ...

  3. Grind to better oxygenate the muscles. ...

  4. Breathe effectively through your belly.

How to improve your PMA on a bike?

The development of PMA is generally worked on by performing intermittent exercises with a high intensive phase (97-100% of HRmax(5) / 85-100% PMA) followed by counter-exercise at low intensity (70 % HRmax / 30 50% MAP).

What is the average speed of a beginner cyclist?

As for the average speed of an amateur road cyclist, this is around 20-25 km/h for a beginner, and 25-30 km/h for a more confirmed profile.

How to pedal faster?

To go faster on the bike, you can try to be more aerodynamic. You can do this by reducing air resistance or drag. For example, place your upper body lower, near your bicycle. That way, you'll have fewer air particles to push back as you go.

What chainring and speed to climb a hill?

For the climb: Use the small front chainring and the sprockets on the left. For downhill: Use the large chainring and the sprockets on the right on the cassette. Always remember to use a good pedaling rate, that is to say between 60 and 90 rpm.

What muscles work when riding a bike?

When you cycle to work, you may not realize it, but you're toning your shoulder muscles (rotator cuff, traps, or angular muscles), biceps, triceps, and abs, commonly referred to as abs!

What percentage of power should be used to climb a pass?

Learn to ride a mountain pass at the right intensity

Thus, from a metabolic point of view, the ascent of a pass is done “comfortably” up to 80% of the PMA. A cyclist with an MAP of 260 can hope, if she is well prepared, to maintain 200 to 210 watts throughout an ascent.

How to avoid cramps on the bike?

The first reflex is to properly hydrate to compensate for any lack on this side. If possible, with isotonic drinks, enriched with mineral salts. Like any human being, a balanced diet should normally avoid any risk of magnesium, potassium or calcium deficiency.

Cycling coach: Complete guide to successful sports practice

Introduction :

 

In the field of cycling, a sports coach specializing in cycling plays a crucial role in helping athletes achieve their goals and maximize their performance. Whether you are an amateur runner or a top athlete, calling on a cycling coach can make all the difference. In this article, we'll explore the many benefits of having a knowledgeable cycling coach by your side. Discover how cycling coaching can improve your physical condition, optimize your preparation and enable you to achieve your sporting goals.

1. Maximize your performance with personalized training: One of the main advantages of working with a cycling coach is the possibility of benefiting from personalized training. Cycling coaches assess your physical abilities, strengths and weaknesses to design a training program tailored to your specific needs. They use a variety of training methods, such as sprint sessions, time trials, and group workouts, to improve your endurance, speed, and power.

2. Prepare effectively for competitions: For riders who participate in competitions such as the Tour de France, championships or local cycling races, a cycling coach becomes a valuable asset. They help you develop an effective race strategy, familiarize yourself with the specific courses and challenges of each event, and manage your energy during long distances. Their expertise allows you to maximize your performance during important competitions.

3. Get constant monitoring and progress: A cycling coach regularly monitors your progress, helping you stay motivated and focused on your goals. They adjust your training program based on your results, help you overcome obstacles and encourage you to surpass yourself. Thanks to this personalized follow-up, you can see significant improvements in your physical condition and your cycling performance.

 

4. Optimize your fitness and health: In addition to athletic performance, a cycling coach also focuses on your overall fitness and health. They ensure that your training program includes cardio exercises, stretching, and specific exercises to strengthen the muscles used during cycling. In addition, they can provide you with dietary advice for a balanced diet that supports your weight loss or muscle mass gain goals.

 

5. Take advantage of technical and tactical expertise: Cycling coaches have in-depth knowledge of different cycling techniques and tactics. They teach you the right postures, efficient pedaling techniques, as well as running strategies to maximize your chances of success. Their technical expertise allows you to improve your riding technique, your position on the bike and your management of turns, descents or climbs.

Conclusion :

 

Calling on a competent cycling coach can really make a difference in your sporting practice. Whether you are an amateur athlete or a confirmed competitor, a cycling coach provides you with valuable support, personalized advice and technical expertise to improve your performance. Do not underestimate the importance of the support of a cycling coach in your sporting career. Invest in your success with a qualified cycling coach and take your passion for cycling to the next level.

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