Tom Scotto has done it again, with a very informative article on neuromuscular training and why it is important. Find out why employing neuromuscular training in your profiles will help you improve endurance, strength, speed and power, all important aspects of cycling AND indoor cycling. Use it for base building and beyond!
The great thing about training science is that the more you study it, the more methodologies and facets emerge. Sometimes it is something totally new and other times (in the case of neuromuscular training) it is something we have been doing for years but either didn’t know what it was called or the specific benefits. Considering its impact on base training, I thought it would be a great topic to cover during this time of the year (Jan-Feb). However, as you will see, neuromuscular training takes on a different form later in the season.