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Being old and having seen my share of physical set backs you need to look at this carefully. Balance work and flexibility are over looked.

See my Vlogs of my rehab work with balance and strength to form the foundation. Find something that works for you.

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Get faster with our midsection makeoveróno crunches required

"You probably know that a strong core is key to ≠riding better. But you may be surprised that thereís more to your core than just abs, and that relying on crunches alone wonít do the trick. Too many cyclists forget the muscles that cycling neglectsóglutes, back, hips, and obliques, says Andy Pruitt, EdD, director of Boulder≠ Center for Sports Medicine in Colorado. The workout below targets those muscles to create a stable platform for your legs to generate power."

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