OH, CLINTON! This is your new motivational tattoo. Get it inverted correctly so it reads right in the mirror, though. You will never live down that incorrect "ECNANALUBMA" across your chest.

OH, CLINTON! This is your new motivational tattoo. Get it inverted correctly so it reads right in the mirror, though. You will never live down that incorrect "ECNANALUBMA" across your chest.

Fast flesh - Speeding Flat out on a bike is just not 'normal' :-)   http://issuu.com/mark77a/docs/upright_is_right-the_view_ahead

Fast flesh - Speeding Flat out on a bike is just not 'normal' :-) http://issuu.com/mark77a/docs/upright_is_right-the_view_ahead

16 Cool Cycling Tattoos

16 Cool Cycling Tattoos

Tatuaje,Tatuaje Bicicleta,Tatuaje De La Bicicleta,Arte Bici,Bicicleta De Carretera,Diseños De Tatuaje,Ideas Del Tatuaje,Bike Tattoos,Monkey Tattoos

16 Cool Cycling Tattoos

16 Cool Cycling Tattoos

Tatuaje,Tatuaje Bicicleta,Tatuaje De La Bicicleta,Arte Bici,Bicicleta De Carretera,Diseños De Tatuaje,Ideas Del Tatuaje,Bike Tattoos,Monkey Tattoos

love this idea to remember my first tri... gotta work the breast cancer ribbon in there though...

love this idea to remember my first tri... gotta work the breast cancer ribbon in there though...


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**Triathlon tattoo!** Doing the tri's now need to get the courage to get the tat.

**Triathlon tattoo!** Doing the tri's now need to get the courage to get the tat.

What It Works: Transverse abdominus and obliques.  Lie on right side with right elbow under shoulder, forearm on floor for stability. Stack left foot on right foot. Raise left arm over head.  B. In one motion, lift your hips to create a straight line down your left side. Lower your hips a few inches off the floor; do 10 to 15 reps, then switch sides.      Why It Works: Strong obliques improve your stability in the saddle, letting you take on hairpin corners with more control and speed.

How-To: Train the Most Important Core Muscles for Cycling

What It Works: Transverse abdominus and obliques. Lie on right side with right elbow under shoulder, forearm on floor for stability. Stack left foot on right foot. Raise left arm over head. B. In one motion, lift your hips to create a straight line down your left side. Lower your hips a few inches off the floor; do 10 to 15 reps, then switch sides. Why It Works: Strong obliques improve your stability in the saddle, letting you take on hairpin corners with more control and speed.

Enjoy the ride to the #YMCA, while you're here and all the way home to the rest of your life.

Enjoy the ride to the #YMCA, while you're here and all the way home to the rest of your life.

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