Fitness

Whether you're just getting into cycling or you're a seasoned rider looking to take your cycling the next level, these blogs and videos will help. Take your pick from our selection of experts - we love them all because their different styles, knowledge and experience are so easy to import into your own life. And they'll make a difference, you'll see!

17Jun
17Jun

Your Sportive Survival Guide

Posted in Beginner's Guides Fitness Problem Solver By Juliet Elliott - Award Winning Writer and Multi-Talent!

We love sportives - these organised, well-marshalled events are a brilliant way to challenge yourself, ride fantastic roads and have fun. Especially if you set about them the right way, says Juliet Elliott...

12Apr
12Apr

We all know how good even an average ride can make you feel. But cycling can improve more about your life than you might have thought.

08Apr
08Apr

10 Great Cycling Goals for Summer

Posted in Fitness Inspiration By Juliet Elliott, Award Winning Writer and Multi-Talent!

Juliet offers you ten inspiring, fun-filled cycling activities and goals that will make these summer months the best you’ve ever experienced.

03Apr
03Apr

Jeni Sanderson is an expert in positive psychology - and we all know how crucial that can be on your bike. Here's how to get the best out of yourself, both in cycling and beyond...

11Mar
11Mar

Quick & Easy Yoga Exercises to Improve Your Cycling

Posted in Fitness Inspiration #CycleHappy By VeloVixen (Author: Lexie Williamson)

Improve your cycling with these 5 minute daily yoga exercises - designed to boost power, help prevent injury and improve bone density.

01Mar
01Mar

The London Bike Show will never have seen the like. We're joining forces with those lovely folk from Casquette to host 'Casquette LIVE with VeloVixen'. It promises to be THE big reason for coming to this year's London Bike Show (29-31st March)...

14Feb
14Feb

How to stay positive cycling when you feel like stopping

Posted in Fitness Inspiration By Juliet Elliott, Award Winning Writer and Multi-Talent!

Just because it’s hard, it doesn’t mean you suck. Sometimes we all need an attitude adjustment.

The power of positive thinking is real. And so is the power of negative thoughts.

23Oct
23Oct

What I've learned about saddle soreness

Posted in Beginner's Guides Video Fitness Problem Solver By Juliet Elliott, Award Winning Writer and Multi-Talent!

Let’s be honest, bums and bits weren’t made for saddles. If you're suffering, you're not alone. After 10 years of looking for solutions, here are Juliet's Top 10 Tips...

13Oct
13Oct

None of us have ever experienced saddle soreness... have we now?! What better people to tell you about how to improve an often unmentionable problem than GB Cycling's experts...

25Jun
25Jun

Let's face it, the UK's not famous for blazing heat. When the mercury passes 20c we're prone to flapping about as though we're living in the Dubai desert. Fans and paddling pools sell out, and public fountains are gridlocked. But it can, and most years it does at some point...

06Jun
06Jun

Triathlon athlete and World Champ Simone Mitchell reveals six of her key training exercises to improve strength, both on and off the bike.

31May
31May

Do you Strava? The fact that we use 'Strava' as a verb proves - if proof were needed - that the most popular cycling app of all time has come of age.

We're really excited to invite you to our VeloVixen Strava Club - a great way to bring together our amazing community of female cyclists. So why should you join us?

10May
10May

On the first weekend of May, the top names in cycling - men's and women's - battled it out across Yorkshire in front of 2 million spectators. Maria David went to try some of what they did for herself...

02May
02May

What should cyclists eat? Fuelling for long rides

Posted in Fitness Problem Solver By Juliet Elliott, Award Winning Writer and Multi-Talent!
Think of your body like a car and it all makes sense. You set off for a ride with a certain amount of petrol in your tank and after a point it begins to run out, eventually emptying completely so that you can no longer ride...

18Jan
18Jan

Simone Mitchell became 2017 AG World Champion in 70.3 Ironman. She's a triathlon superstar, but equally great at getting the best out of 'normal' people.

In this 2nd video, Simone shares another brilliant 6-part training circuit suitable for beginners right up to the elite. You don't even need equipment!

15Nov
15Nov

We're all guilty of ignoring our stretching, even Anna G herself. Not one to let the grass grow under her feet, here Anna shows us a great sequence of cycling-specific stretches from her home beach in Spain. Where grass doesn't grow.

08Nov
08Nov

Long cycle rides, as with any endurance sport, can wreak havoc on our digestive system if we don’t treat it right. Your body is working overtime to keep your muscles moving, blood pumping & lungs breathing and you don’t want to create more stress by giving it more work to do to digest your food. So how can you keep your tummy happy whilst on the bike?

23Oct
23Oct

Juliet's just finished her first season. "Racing bikes is nothing short of a high so with the season all wrapped up and no more fixed crits until next April I'm feeling something akin to withdrawal."

05Oct
05Oct

Ever wondered how to become a World Champion? In this video, filmed at our Women's Cycling Hub at the 2017 Cycle Show, Simone Dailey gives you some vital secrets and demonstrates how to 'build a base, build a champion'...

18Sep
18Sep

Why Cross is Really Boss

Posted in Fitness Inspiration Opinions Best of 2017 By Juliet Elliott, Award Winning Blogger and Multi-Talent!
Take a glimpse at social media right now and you may well come across the hashtag #crossisboss. But exactly what is everyone talking about?
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