35 Minute Yoga Workout For Cyclists With FiT - GCN Does Yoga

Published on April 24th 2015

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With the help of our new friends over at FiT, here's a 35 minute yoga session that can help build your core strength and improve flexibility - something the GCN guys definitely struggle with! Click here to subscribe to FiT: http://get-f.it/Subscribe Click here to subscribe to GCN: http://gcn.eu/SubscribeToGCN Yoga can help us as cyclists get into a more aerodynamic position on the bike and even reduce the risk of niggly injuries. That's why we asked for the help of Bex Bridgford, the yoga instructor over at the brand new Global Fitness Network (FiT) channel to put the GCN boys through a 35 minute session. As you can see, it was a bit of a struggle...but we hope this session will help supplement your training with a bit of core work and stretching that should help your cycling in the long run. If you're into keeping fit (which we presume you are) then we'd recommend checking out FiT. Their team of expert instructors and athletes bring you fitness classes, nutrition advice and yoga classes, plus a blend of top tens and fitness how to videos. They've got something for every fitness level - we've certainly already learned a lot! Click here to subscribe to FiT on YouTube, of course it is totally free: http://get-f.it/Subscribe Music: Vamp - Murmuring (Instrumental) Ruckspin Planas - Warfare (Ruckspin Planas Remix) T.W.i.N.S - Ride The Horsey (Instrumental) Ruckspin - Get Naked Lucky Loop - Oiental Space Night Gary Harry - YOGA THEME Apollo Nova -Eastern Moment Ficci -Breathe You In feat. Laura Hahn (Instrumental) Dale Sumner - The Miracle of Pushkar Buy GCN Cycling Kit! Click here: http://gcn.eu/BuyGCNKitYT Get GCN T-Shirts and hoodies: http://gcn.eu/buy_GCN_stuff Not all exercises are suitable for everyone - there is no ‘one size fits all’ approach. As with any strenuous exercise, you should take into account factors such as your flexibility, strength and overall health to determine if an exercise is appropriate for you, and consult a doctor/physician before beginning a programme of exercise. Discontinue your exercise session immediately if you experience any pain, dizziness or discomfort. Partaking in training sessions following GCN's video instruction is entirely at your own risk, and Global Cycling Network, its partners and its affiliated companies cannot be held responsible for any injuries which may occur as a result of these exercises.