Seven Tips To Get Comfortable In The Aero Position

  • By Jené Shaw
  • Published Nov 10, 2012
  • Updated Oct 31, 2014 at 4:40 PM UTC
Photo: Kris Mendoza

5. Use The Terrain As A Guide

Use the uphills to spin while maintaining position, which will allow you to adapt to various cadences and pressures. “Sustained uphills of a moderate grade will teach you to keep the position when fatigue starts setting in,” Gell says. “This is the best way to build core, gluteus and quadricep strength needed to ride aero while on extended flat sections.”

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Jené Shaw

Jené Shaw

Jené Shaw is a contributor for Triathlete magazine, a six-time Ironman finisher and a USAT Level 1 certified coach

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