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Old 05-11-07, 01:11 PM   #1
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Good Cycling Related Exercise Articles

I ran across these articles that are pretty good relating to weight training for cyclists. Enjoy!

Part One:
http://www.active.com/story.cfm?story_id=13929

Part Two:
http://www.active.com/story.cfm?story_id=14029
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Nice - I'm a big fan of lunges, myself.
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I can't say I'm a "fan" of lunges as they are pretty tough. :-) The step ups are also excellent as they have a lot of carryover to the cycling motion. Deadlifts (all forms) are also great for posterior chain and hamstring development.
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