Every day. So much goes into this. Some days 100 miles rain or shine, some days 45 minutes on some indoor rollers to recover. You gotta put the work in to get something back in the races, but you get stronger when you’re resting, sleeping, re-building. Then there’s the off the bike stuff, eating right, strait clean real food, Yum. Core/strength work, 90 minutes everyday. 80 under the leg v-cruches, 80 heal sweeps, both boxing style core workouts. 21 isolated medicine ball core pivot crunches lying on a foam roll to improve balance. 40 side steps with a power band for hip flexor strength, 3 different shoulder and back power band exercises to keep connective tissue strong and upper body coordinated. 14 one arm kettle bell squat lifts, 14 two arm kettle bell squat lifts, 14 kettle bell swings. 30 minutes stretching. The body is a series of levers, so is the bike, all one fluid machine. I want them all working together so the turbine can do it’s job.