What happens to pilots when they’re not training?

Trialist, sometimes you make silly mistakes in the areas, which are not worthy of the level you have riding, right? Sometimes you’re unable to flow with the bike, you’re slow, clumsy, you don’t have balance… And don’t you sometimes get pain in your hands, forearms and lower back?

If you are still one of those who think that you don’t need to be in shape to do trials, that training is only for professionals… You have to watch this video. We’re going to show you that a lot of the things you fail at and think are because you don’t ride more, are actually because of problems due to your poor form.
TRRS Raga Racing 2019 test
Fingers, hands, wrists, and forearms
Do you usually feel blocked or even unresponsive? This is due to a problem of lack of resistance in these muscles, which is easily corrected by training.
Lumbar SOS
Half an hour after starting to ride, you are already noticing your lower back. Do you know why? Your core or glutes are weakened, so you compensate with your lower back in every movement you should be doing with these other muscle groups. And, of course, it hurts.
CET Trial 2018Leg Power
When the bike asks you to sink the fork to pull a step, you don’t lift enough because you lack strength and power in the lower body.
Since you’re not confident enough that you’re going to get there, you don’t take half as many steps as you could, and you end up settling for minor challenges. And this is not right.
You lose your balance
Balance isn’t just gained on the bike, you know? You can train it outside and combine it with other coordination exercises, so that when you ride you can subtract feet from the zones. In addition, you will be able to rise to the occasion when the area requires you to maintain your balance while fatigued.
You’re stiff as a stick
If you don’t reach many of the positions that the bike demands of you, it’s not because you need to ride more, it’s because you lack flexibility to do trials with guarantees. If you stretch and train your flexibility, you will not only improve your riding quality, you will also avoid many injuries that occur due to having stiff muscles.
You don’t move the bike more than twice
The area will be insufferable if you are asked to move the bike twice and are not adapted to high-intensity resistance. The third time you move the bike, your foot is safely grounded. And also in the rest of the areas you are going to be shaking.
If it’s hard enough to get out and trial, how can you risk not being in good shape to enjoy that day to the fullest!?
Make the effort worthwhile.
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