While most cyclists tend to focus on lower body strength, power, and endurance, it’s important to remember that your upper body plays a role in the control and positioning of your ride. Increasing your upper body strength and mobility will help you be more efficient on your exercise bike, which will help you create a more stable riding experience. This will help promote optimal position for your lower body to supply power to the pedals, so you don’t waste energy with poor positioning. It will also help stave off muscle loss if you are someone who participates in high frequency or high-volume training. This workout can be performed prior to your cardio exercise or in between your cardio days. Follow along and repeat the exercises 2 to 3 times to finish the workout.