The Zoom call rang once, then twice, and then Kate Hunt answered. She was sitting on a BikeErg, cooling down from an early morning workout. Kate is recovering from knee surgery and just completed a 10k workout. “I go to a few classes per week, which is good because it makes me work a little harder,” she says. And the hard work is necessary because Kate’s aim is another iron-distance triathlon: a 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike, and 26.2 mile run endurance event.
May 1 is the rollover date for the annual Concept2 Online Ranking. But what's the Online Ranking? And why might you be interested in checking it out?
The Online Ranking has a lot to offer to anyone using the Concept2 RowErg, SkiErg or BikeErg. Continue Reading ›
Craig and Yvonne Howard founded Diablo CrossFit in 2005. Over the past 17 years, what started out as a modest initiative developed into, arguably, one of the largest and most recognized CrossFit boxes in the world. One way to keep their 500 members happy is to provide them with great equipment, including 16 Concept2 BikeErgs. Continue Reading ›
Seasonal transitions can be challenging times for a fitness routine. The weather doesn’t always cooperate; new activities can cause sore muscles, and change isn’t always smooth. On the bright side, seasons provide an opportunity for positive change, a time to introduce new activities in your plan, and a chance to involve some new muscles.
With positive gains in mind, read on for four approaches. Continue Reading ›
We’re into the second week of the Holiday Challenge and the meters and donations are adding up! If you haven't already signed up, make sure you do so from your Logbook by choosing a charity option. This is your opportunity to help raise money for a good cause just by working out. We've gathered some ideas and technologies to help you reach your goals. Continue Reading ›
The BikeErg serves as a useful indoor training tool for all types of outdoor riding: mountain biking, gravel grinders, road racing and triathlon. We’ve pulled together some of our favorite BikeErg workouts for bringing your outdoor cycling indoors for the off-season. Continue Reading ›
We’ve put together a series of workouts designed to get you off to a good start, and offer choices for how you can access these workouts—on our website, on Instagram or by podcast. Continue Reading ›
As spring comes to the northern hemisphere, indoor exercise loses some of its appeal as we long for more time outdoors. Up here in northern Vermont, we know we still have a couple months before it’s really spring—but we feel the same transition coming. We’ll ski until the snow is gone, but we’ll also start running and riding our bikes on good days—and we’ll jump on the RowErg, SkiErg or BikeErg when the weather is just nasty. What’s the best way to balance indoor and outdoor exercise so that you can take advantage of the weather? Continue Reading ›