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Old 10-03-00, 08:11 PM   #1
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Does anyone know of any good routines, or site that contain good routines, for the off-season of mountain biking.
Cardio work would be a bonus, but I really need is some bodyweight workouts. I don't want weights. I do lift, but I still prefer bodyweight workouts.
So, can anyone help me?
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I have heard that snowshoeing is a great off season mtb workout, i have been snowshoeing in the past, but never really hard, however it really dose work your legs and is very much a cardio workout. id give it a look, you can get started for under $200 ... (if you live near snow)
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Off season conditioning

Any activity, that maintains some cardiovascular fitness and you enjoy will help. The idea is to forget about the bike for a while, to prevent burn out. This is a good time for wheight training, abdominals and legs.
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