Cycling Strength & Conditioning Kingston London | Njinga
NJINGA

Strength & Conditioning for Cyclists

An essential complement to your time on the bike. Profoundly beneficial to all.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW & HOW YOU WILL BENEFIT

The benefits of strength work are incontrovertible, and very much applicable to endurance athletes. Our sessions are accessible to all and they’re sure to become an essential part of your routine.

Key Information

  • 60 min long sessions combine Wattbike and mat work
  • Exercises focus on key cycling muscles and and bike specific movements
  • Participants should bring trainers, sweat towel and water bottle

Prices for our Strength & Conditioning are the same as wattbike and yoga classes.

 

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Key Benefits

  • Become more resilient and resistant to injury
  • Improved posture and movement efficiency
  • Increased maximal and sub-maximal power

To see upcoming classes, select Strength & Conditioning in class types in our schedule below.

 

 

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TESTIMONIAL

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Ben’s Strength & Conditioning sessions are awesome! It’s hard work but fun and works exactly what needs to be worked to improve your cycling fitness and strength. From the classes I’ve done so far, I can already see a difference in my cycling and my body. Even though I do other strength & conditioning work, this class is so specific that nothing else compares to it for my cycling needs. Would fully recommend coming along and enjoying the mixture of on and off the bike strength work.

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Ali Housley

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I really enjoyed the structure of the class, with the Wattbike intervals to keep things ticking over between each set of exercises. My aching body after the session provides testament to a great all over, strength building workout, and one that really complements work on the bike, whether indoor or outdoor. It's just what I was looking for to help build my power output.

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Mary Benner

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The session was very professional and focused on the activation of muscles that are needed for cycling. The use of the wattbikes between sets keeps the focus on development as you recover while others work and you can learn from the other riders which is a great. For me the last part of the session was fantastic. I am not that flexible having played contact sports but the instructor got me into some really good stretches which I will continue to use. If you are looking to build on your capability over the winter this session should be added to your programme.

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Nick Ansell

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I attended the new Strength & Conditioning class at Njinga and it was epic! A great combination of time on the bike combined with challenging bodyweight moves. The team spirit felt connecting and fun and the variety of the class was a welcome shake up to my fitness routine. Highly recommend it!

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Lee Pycroft

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