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Quiz the Coach - Will Running Help My Motocross Racing?

Quiz the Coach - Will Running Help My Motocross Racing? - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
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1Hey Coach,
I race motorcross and I also run track. Will running track help me become a better motocross rider?
Lucky8

Hey Lucky8,
You're motocross crosstraining is on the right track. A rider's fitness level can make the difference between winning or losing a long, hard race. Obviously, riding your dirtbike is the best form of practice for a race. However, most professional riders train in other sports, in addition to being on the track every day. If you aren't able to make it to a motocross track every day, crosstraining with other sports like, running, swimming, cycling or wakeboarding will help increase your cardiovascular endurance and overall fitness level. Crosstraining with a variety of sports will also prevent you from becoming bored with one activity and keep you mentally sharp.

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