SPBRC is teaming up with cycling coach Fiona Lockhart to offer indoor training again this winter at The Powerhouse at Highland.
Saturday mornings for 12 weeks, Jan. 9 - March 27
Doors open at 7:30 a.m.
Fiona Training 8 - 9 a.m.
The Power House at Highland
617 Snelling Ave S
St. Paul, MN 55116
Current price is expected to be $170 for SPBRC members and $200 for non-members. It could be less if we get more than 10 people to sign up.
$20 drop in rate
Register now, and we will collect payments after the session starts
RESERVE YOUR SPOT
Contact Jill Voss at email@example.com
We need 10 participants to hold the training session
Registration deadline: Dec. 22
STRENGTH TRAINING ALSO AVAILABLE
The Power House at Highland is proud to be partnering with SPBRC this winter to host the on-the-bike training. We also offer cycle-specific strength and conditioning to help fulfill your winter training needs.
We offer a variety of class from strength and conditioning to yoga and mobility. Check out descriptions, schedule and rates here.
Our team training option would be a great fit for sport specific teams such as the SPBRC. This training would be centered around improving your strength, power and endurance in the saddle. Our programming and coaching will initially focus on increasing strength and fixing imbalances and then converting that strength into power and finally establishing a high level of power endurance before your spring and summer seasons roll around. You will find our approach and coaching as fun as it is state of the art and we can't wait to see you at The Power House at Highland this winter. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to learn how strength training help you achieve your fitness goals in the offseason and into next summer.
SPBRC cyclist Jason Goldberg says, "The training at the Power House has been invaluable to me as a cyclist, and in ways that translate into a better quality of life. As an off-season activity, it has allowed me to stay active through the winter, building strength and mobility to set me up with a firm foundation for the cycling season. I remember thinking, on an early Spring ride, about how much it more efficient it felt to stand up on the pedals having worked the core and upper body over the winter. During the season, it has augmented my on-the-bike training by converting that strength into power and avoiding the syndrome of becoming strong on the bike but frail as a human, as happens with too much specificity in training. As I age, I find that incorporating the whole body into an exercise plan is critical to being healthy on and off the bike. Who wants to win sprints on the Saturday GP ride, then pull a muscle lifting up your kids? By the numbers, this season I was able to improve my 200m TT time by 0.2 seconds and win 1st place in the MN State Team Sprint Championship, 4th place in the MN State Match Sprint Championship, 4th place in the MN State 40+ Points Race, and 4th place in the MN State Madison."