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Witness the fitness of MTB enduro star Greg Callaghan

The Enduro World Series contender reveals his gym formula to gain power, speed and endurance, whether it's on the bike or your own terms.
With riding season just around the corner, it's time to get fit. To help you along the way, world’s third ranked enduro racer Greg Callaghan is here to offer his advice – and you should pay attention, because this Dubliner knows a thing or two about fitness.
Whether you want to up your bike game for the upcoming race season or just get a bit fitter, simply follow Callaghan's steps (and squats) in the video below to start 2018 right.

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Gym work forms a corner stone on which to build speed and stamina. Mountain biking works the body like nothing else so being fit enough to be able to deal with the stresses and strains of muscling a bike down a hill leaves your brain free to identify the fastest lines and upcoming dangers.
Want to hear from the man charged with managing Greg Callaghan's training? Read the story below:

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