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Self Massage and Stretching for Cyclists Guide
Is your body stiff, tight, sore and not moving how it should?
Do you wake up with aches and pains, or have constant niggles throughout the day?
Sore and niggly
Are your legs just dead when you ride, with no power, and seemingly unable to recover?
Do you want a Zen Cycling Body back, so you can bounce out of bed each day without groaning and with fresh legs, ready to attack the day?
Do you want to know the money-saving, quick, easy and effective stretches and self treatments that will help you be able to feel awesome on and off the bike?
Do you want the know-how so you’ll have a limber, knot-free body, optimised for cycling and life in general, forever?
Have you got a big event like Haute Route,
Learn how to fix all your little knots and niggles
If you want to know exactly what you can do to treat those aches and pains and get your body back, I can show you how.
If you want to learn why stretching without self-massage is counter-productive, you’ll find out why, and how to do things properly.
If you’d like to learn 22 stretches and self-massage exercises that can be done at home, on the road – anywhere in fact – help is here.
If you want to save yourself a lot of money every year (I reckon you could save $500 dollars per year), yes, you can do this.
Stop being sore and frustrated and get your Zen Cycling Body Back
When you ride a lot you can just get really stiff and sore and tired.
Your shoulders and back are probably constant niggles…don’t even think about your ITBs! (Don’t know what ITBs are? Read on!)
And even if you eat properly, your poor old body still needs a lot of work.
Add in running, perhaps some cycling training, alcohol, inadequate sleep and less than perfect nutrition and it’s easy to become a little run down.
With proper self massage and stretching you can get a Zen Cycling Body.
Your legs will feel better.
Your legs will have more power.
You will learn how to treat existing niggles and zap new ones when they pop up.
You will feel better overall, and be more limber.
Get your Zen cycling body back
Introducing the Self Massage and Stretching Guide for Cyclists
The Self Massage and Stretching Guide for Cyclists will become your new best friend as you learn the ways of treating those niggles.
The interactive Self Massage and Stretching for Cyclists Guide contains 50+ pages of carefully selected self treatments, stretches and massages for your sore body.
Each treatment section contains detailed, instructive information designed to give you superior and practical relief from any niggles.
You’ll learn not only how to treat yourself (saving you loads of money), but also how to stretch each muscle.
Your copy of the guide contains an unparalleled amount of quality information designed to give you quick and effective relief from those niggles.
It’s obvious Tim has put a lot of time and research into this book. The pictures and instructions combine to help you effectively give yourself a great self message. Don, Alberta, Canada
We spent a lot of time making sure there were a sizable number of photos so you know exactly what to do.
Each section contains photos like the one below, showing you how to effectively and correctly target the niggles most cyclists have.
You’ll get detailed instructions
Endless appointments become expensive and going to endless appointments is a drag on time.
Yes it helps, but you probably don’t want to spend thousands of dollars forever on treatments when you can do it yourself.
If you have one massage a month at $60 for an hour, that’s $720/year.
That’s a lot – a LOT – of cold hard cash, every year.
And if you have two massages or treatments a month, that’s $120 a month, or $1440 a year. Ouch.
This guide will save you money (thus allowing you to adhere to the N+1 bike rule…wait, you haven’t heard it? Q: What is the right number of bikes one should own. A: N+1.)
“Will it work for me?”
The Self Massage and Stretching for Cyclists guide has been carefully developed in conjunction with renowned Melbourne myotherapist and cycling massage specialist Trent Harris.
Trent is a masseur to pros like Baden Cooke, Simon Gerrans, Greg Henderson and occasionally teams like Team Sky.
Trent absolutely knows his stuff and is a master body fixer.
We spent a lot of time coming up with the right mix of exercises to help fix the sore spots likely to annoy you and developed an extensive range of easy, effective and quick exercises that you can use anywhere.
Whether you’re at home or on the road, print this guide off and you’ll have a handy and versatile companion that you can easily refer to to learn the recommended way to fix those niggles.
This guide suits anyone with sore muscles or who wants to stay in tip top shape not just on the bike, but off the bike, and for as long as you need.
Not only will you improve the condition of your legs, you’ll just feel like you “work” better.
Suits pro level riders
Suits club riders and racers
Suits beginners and coffee shop riders
It’s even good for people who just exercise a lot
VeloNomad’s “Cyclists Self Massage Guide” reveals some great practical approaches to controlling those well used muscle groups. Nice little ebook! Look forward to putting it into practise. Rob, Alberta, Canada
“Is this right for me?”
If you’re sore, aching and your body isn’t working the way it should, this ebook is for you.
If you’d like to save money and time, this ebook is for you.
If you want quick and effective relief – anywhere, anytime – this ebook is for you.
The guide will help free up your body so it can perform the way you want it.
Trent and I went all out to make sure we covered all the muscles that cyclists typically experience trouble with, plus a few of our favourite niggles.
We also made sure the instructions were clear and simple and suited everyone, no matter what your flexibility or condition.
Get Your Copy and Start Feeling Better and Saving Money
Download your copy of the Self Massage and Stretching for Cyclists Guide and start saving money, and feeling better right away.
…and did a few of the recommended stretches as well. It’s pretty solid and the advice is really good (legs felt pretty good this morning!)
I also liked the massage advice – definitely will be showing the missus! Mick, Sydney, Australia
(I should mention that the massage section could backfire on you. Your wife/husband/partner might find it so excellent that you may be practising on him or her! Sorry about that!)