Ride Faster for longer with more comfort!
Increase your power by an extra 10 %, 20%, 30% or 40% within the next 2 months.
Whether it’s time trialing, sprinting or hill climbing, your ability to do these things is directly related to how well you are trained to put down the maximum amount of power to the pedals in the most efficient way.
This is why producing power on the bike is so important to cyclists.
Cycling is about dynamic functional movement, as with all sports. By recruiting the maximum amount of muscles to do a specific movement or task you will develop far more whole body power and stability while reducing your chance of injury than by using traditional muscle isolating strength training.
Training one muscle at a time in isolation causes great imbalances in the strength distribution of muscles throughout the entire body. The very nature of traditional muscle isolating strength training trains the body’s nervous systems to shut down its ability to recruit and use muscles together to produce power!
Anyone that has performed traditional muscle isolating strength training runs the risk of having detuned their body’s ability to develop whole body function power.
Wouldn’t you rather have your whole body working together to produce power rather than just one muscle? Instead of isolating and strengthening one muscle, functional training specifically trains your body to recruit the maximum amount of muscles to develop power to the pedals.
Matt Brindle’s Power-Up Functional Strength Training will help you to climb faster, sprint faster, time trial faster, for longer and with more comfort.
Matt Brindle’s Power-Up Functional Strength Training has been developed to step you though functional exercises and mobility stretches specifically designed for cyclists.
These exercises will power-up your nervous system and muscles to get them working together. This will help you to produce far more whole body functional strength on the bike than you will get by doing traditional muscle isolating strength training and will quickly transform your riding to the next level.
There is no need to join an expensive gym or use expensive gym equipment to do this program. You can do Matt Brindle’s Power-Up Functional Strength Training and Mobility Stretches at home using basic equipment.
Matt Brindle’s Power-Up Functional Strength Training unleashes your full body power potential and will change the way you power train for cycling.
What do you get:
- An introduction to Functional Strength Training
- An explanation of the warm-up mobility exercises
- An explanation of the strength programs
- A warm-up mobility program with six exercises
- Two beginner programs with six exercises each
- Two intermediate programs with six exercises each
- An advanced program with six exercises
That’s a total of 30 exercises!
“After some research bought Matt Brindle’s DVD “Cycling Power-Up”, Functional Strength Training for Cyclists. This is a MUST HAVE. All cyclists, not just those doing rehab, in fact everyone should be doing these exercises and mobilisers“. – Ian B Freeman – Brisbane – Australia.
“I recently purchased the Matt Brindle DVD from you. I have done the mobilises exercises a couple of times and the beginner series once. Wow! What a workout. I was pretty sore the next day, but nothing too bad.” Tyler, Port Angeles, WA, United States.
“I have worked with some of the best functional training experts in the world and I don’t believe there are many people that truly understand functional training as demonstrated by the majority of people that post on youtube. However, Matt talks about function like a true applied functional scientist. I used to race for Great Britain and never came across a cycling coach that talked about conditioning in the way that Matt does. Very good video! Well done Matt” – mkpt50 on YouTube
Matt Brindle Power-Up Success:
2009 1st Australian 24 Hour Mountain Bike Championships
2009 4th World 24 Hour Mountain Championship
2011 1st World 24 Hour Mountain Championship
2012 1st World 24 Hour Mountain Championship
2013 1st World 24 Hour Mountain Championship
2009 1st Australian Woman’s Masters ITT Championships ( Ladies 35-39yrs)
2009 1st Sydney World Masters Games Woman’s Masters ITT ( Ladies 35-39yrs)
2009 2nd Tasmania Road Championships
2011- 2nd Australian Masters Championships, ITT (Ladies 40-44yrs)
2011- 2nd Australian Masters Championships, Road Race (Ladies 40-44yrs)
2011- 2nd Australian Masters Championships, Criterium (Ladies 40-44yrs)
2011- 1st Australian Masters Games, ITT (Ladies 40-44yrs)
2011- 1st Australian Masters Games, Road Race (Ladies 40-44yrs)
2011- 1st Australian Masters Games, Track 500m TT (Ladies 40-44yrs)
2011- 1st Australian Masters Games, Track Pursuit (Ladies 40-44yrs)
2009 1st Victorian Masters State Titles, ITT (Ladies 40-44yrs)
2009 1st Southern Vets Club Championship, Criterium ( Ladies 35-39yrs)
2009 1st Australian Masters Games, Road TT ( Ladies 35-39yrs)
2009 1st Australian Masters Games, Criterium ( Ladies 35-39yrs)
2008 1st Victorian Veterans Criterium Championship ( Ladies 35-39yrs)
2008 1st Victorian Veterans Road Championship ( Ladies 35-39yrs)
2008 3rd Victorian Masters State Championships, Time Trial (Ladies, Division 1)
2008 2nd Victorian Masters State Team Time Trial Championships (Ladies) (CCCC Team)