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Tight muscles are holding you back! 
Dynamic Cyclist can help unlock your full potential by targeted stretching to increase range of motion, accelerate recovery and prevent injury.

Tight muscles are holding you back! 
Dynamic Cyclist can help unlock your full potential by targeted stretching to increase range of motion, accelerate recovery and prevent injury.

Why do cyclists need to stretch?
Stretching is the best way to ensure your muscles stay flexible, strong and healthy. As cyclists, we need to maintain a healthy range of motion in the joints. 

Without stretching, muscles can become shortened and tight over time and miles. Once muscles are no longer able to extend all the way, you are at risk of joint pain, strain and muscle damage. Incorporating a regular stretching routine is the best way to enhance your cycling performance and allow your body to function efficiently. 
Why do cyclists need to stretch?
Stretching is the best way to ensure your muscles stay flexible, strong and healthy. As cyclists, we need to maintain a healthy range of motion in the joints. 

Without stretching, muscles can become shortened and tight over time and miles. Once muscles are no longer able to extend all the way, you are at risk of joint pain, strain and muscle damage. Incorporating a regular stretching routine is the best way to enhance your cycling performance and allow your body to function efficiently. 
Cycling is one of the few activities in which muscles contract concentrically (while shortening), rather than eccentrically (while lengthening).
The repetitive motion can cause the muscle fibres to shorten, also known as 'adaptive shortening.' This will not only cause an imbalance in your muscles and put you at risk of injury, but it can make maintaining proper posture almost impossible. 

Most cycling injuries are caused by tight muscles or a limited range of motion, from knee pain to underdeveloped glutes. By targeting certain muscles and their often neglected counterparts, routine stretching will unlock the full potential of your muscles and joints. 

Cycling is one of the few activities in which muscles contract concentrically (while shortening), rather than eccentrically (while lengthening).
The repetitive motion can cause the muscle fibres to shorten, also known as 'adaptive shortening.' This will not only cause an imbalance in your muscles and put you at risk of injury, but it can make maintaining proper posture almost impossible. 

Most cycling injuries are caused by tight muscles or a limited range of motion, from knee pain to underdeveloped glutes. By targeting certain muscles and their often neglected counterparts, routine stretching will unlock the full potential of your muscles and joints. 

THE BENEFITS OF STRETCHING
PREVENT INJURY
Everything in the body is connected, and as cyclists we demand a lot from on our muscles, joints and ligaments. Stretching keeps the connections strong, treating and preventing injury, improving functionality and longevity – keeping you riding for years to come.
IMPROVE POSTURE
Stretching the right muscles can help correct poor posture both on and off the bike. By lengthening tight muscles that pull areas of the body away from their natural position you can maintain proper posture without the desire to round the back or slouch. 
INCREASE RANGE OF MOTION
Your range of motion is the distance parts of you body can move and rotate before causing damage to muscles and tendons. Everyone naturally has a different range of motion, but stretching can help you define what that looks for you. As cyclists, we have to have the freedom and flexibility to move without resistance or pain. 
ACCELERATE RECOVERY
Stretching reduces muscle soreness and stiffness by increasing blood flow, delivering more nutrients to your muscles and removing lactic acid and metabolites. Stretching also promotes whole body relaxation; boosting recovery, rejuvenation and adaptation by increasing the activity of the parasympathetic nervous system after exercise.

 LONGEVITY
Over time and with age, the body starts dehydrating and stiffening. On a cellular level, muscle fibres start developing cross-links with parallel fibers making them stick together. Stretching slows this process by stimulating the production of tissue lubricants and pulling the interwoven cellular cross links back into an ordered state. 
INCREASE MUSCLE POWER
Power is positively affected by the length of the muscle, as power comes from the contraction of the muscle. Increasing muscle length through regular stretching increases the potential power produced by this contraction.
THE BENEFITS OF STRETCHING
PREVENT INJURY
Everything in the body is connected, and as cyclists we demand a lot from on our muscles, joints and ligaments. Stretching keeps the connections strong, treating and preventing injury, improving functionality and longevity – keeping you riding for years to come.
IMPROVE POSTURE
Stretching the right muscles can help correct poor posture both on and off the bike. By lengthening tight muscles that pull areas of the body away from their natural position you can maintain proper posture without the desire to round the back or slouch. 
INCREASE RANGE OF MOTION
Your range of motion is the distance parts of you body can move and rotate before causing damage to muscles and tendons. Everyone naturally has a different range of motion, but stretching can help you define what that looks for you. As cyclists, we have to have the freedom and flexibility to move without resistance or pain. 
ACCELERATE RECOVERY
Stretching reduces muscle soreness and stiffness by increasing blood flow, delivering more nutrients to your muscles and removing lactic acid and metabolites. Stretching also promotes whole body relaxation; boosting recovery, rejuvenation and adaptation by increasing the activity of the parasympathetic nervous system after exercise.

 LONGEVITY
Over time and with age, the body starts dehydrating and stiffening. On a cellular level, muscle fibres start developing cross-links with parallel fibers making them stick together. Stretching slows this process by stimulating the production of tissue lubricants and pulling the interwoven cellular cross links back into an ordered state. 
INCREASE MUSCLE POWER
Power is positively affected by the length of the muscle, as power comes from the contraction of the muscle. Increasing muscle length through regular stretching increases the potential power produced by this contraction.
WHO WE ARE
We are a team of cycling enthusiasts that are constantly evolving to meet the needs of our members. Our goal is to provide you the tools needed to implement change and experience real and powerful results. 

Dynamic Cyclist is laid out in a week by week format, with each day having its own 15-20 minute video routine. These videos are designed to be easy to follow, holding each stretch for an average of 1 minute. A whole 60 seconds may feel like an eternity in the beginning, but it is within this time period where change in flexibility and range of motion begins to occur. 

WHO WE ARE
We are a team of cycling enthusiasts that are constantly evolving to meet the needs of our members. Our goal is to provide you the tools needed to implement change and experience real and powerful results. 

Dynamic Cyclist is laid out in a week by week format, with each day having its own 15-20 minute video routine. These videos are designed to be easy to follow, holding each stretch for an average of 1 minute. A whole 60 seconds may feel like an eternity in the beginning, but it is within this time period where change in flexibility and range of motion begins to occur. 
HOW WE CAN HELP
We get it, life is busy. Stretching is one of those things that’s easy to put off, so long as we can keep up on group rides or stay in the saddle for hours at a time. Don’t wait until an injury an injury forces you off your bike and into a stretching routine. In the long run, prevention is always worth the 15 minutes a day it takes! 
“I was always saying, ‘I should really stretch more,’ but I lacked the discipline or knowledge to follow through. I struggled with going to yoga classes on a regular basis, so Dynamic Cyclist is a perfect fit. I can follow their simple and effective stretching routines without leaving my living room, and they had me experiencing results in just a few weeks!” 

- Adam (Casual Cyclist)
HOW WE CAN HELP
We get it, life is busy. Stretching is one of those things that’s easy to put off, so long as we can keep up on group rides or stay in the saddle for hours at a time. Don’t wait until an injury an injury forces you off your bike and into a stretching routine. In the long run, prevention is always worth the 15 minutes a day it takes! 
“I was always saying, ‘I should really stretch more,’ but I lacked the discipline or knowledge to follow through. I struggled with going to yoga classes on a regular basis, so Dynamic Cyclist is a perfect fit. I can follow their simple and effective stretching routines without leaving my living room, and they had me experiencing results in just a few weeks!” 

- Adam (Casual Cyclist)
GET STARTED TODAY
Dynamic Cyclist can help unlock your full potential by increasing range of motion, accelerating recovery and preventing injury. 
  •  Daily, easy to follow stretching videos.
  •  15-20 minutes in length.
  • Designed specifically for cyclists, by cyclists.
  •  100% Satisfaction Gaurentee
Along with a free 7 day trial, we want to assure you that we have a no questions asked 30-day refund guaranteed. 
GET STARTED TODAY
Dynamic Cyclist can help unlock your full potential by increasing range of motion, accelerating recovery and preventing injury. 
  •  Daily, easy to follow stretching videos.
  •  15-20 minutes in length.
  • Designed specifically for cyclists, by cyclists.
  •  100% Satisfaction Gaurentee
Along with a free 7 day trial, we want to assure you that we have a no questions asked 30-day refund guaranteed. 
DYNAMIC CYCLIST © 2018. 
All Rights Reserved.
DYNAMIC CYCLIST © 2018. 
All Rights Reserved.
DYNAMIC CYCLIST © 2018. 
All Rights Reserved.