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Pilates for Cyclists

February 29 @ 7:15 pm - 8:15 pm


This winter PCC is inviting members to join strength and conditioning classes to start your 2024 season. The classes will be delivered by Judyta, a fully-certified Pilates teacher and Pilates studio owner, endurance triathlete and cyclists as well as a triathlon coach.
Investing in your body will pay off not just in the saddle but also in other areas of your life. Working on dynamic stability and building more balance body via Pilates allows your you to maintain correct alignment for longer, maximising muscle efficiency and protecting bones and joints from overuse injuries. If you physio mentions that you have to work on your core strength, thoracic spine mobility, shoulder stability, glute activation, better rotation, hip mobility… it is all here! Judyta will include further exercises specific to a cyclist’s body to get you stronger in time for the start of the season.
Where? The Drill Hall, Peebles, Room 1. Walker’s Haugh, Peebles EH45 8AU
Price? £5 cash or bank transfer
What to bring? An exercise mat (some will be available if you forget one) – wear something comfortable
No prior experience is required, the exercises will be tailored to your ability.
DM me for more info.
— feeling excited at Peebles Community Centre.

Happy New Year 2024!


Hope you all managed to do some cycling over the festive period and maybe already felt some benefits of the 2023 Pilates block. If you have not, do not worry – we are restarting the class next week. And it is not too late to start now!



Classes take place every week from the 11th Jan till the 28th Mar (except for the 7th March) which gives us 11 classes till the clocks change and you all hit the roads or trails in the evenings.


Payments can be done in cash or via bank transfer to the below account:


Judyta Kajstura

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Why should I do Pilates, I just want to cycle?


Pilates uses strength and control to give your the stretch. Although it is not possible to lengthen muscles (yes, it is your mind that controls it!), by creating more balanced body, you can increase your range of movement and use what you already have more efficiently.

If your body is not stable on the bike, you are loosing energy that could be used by your legs to produce more “free” watts.

Pilates also helps you do keep in a good form towards the end of your long ride when everything starts hurting.

Try it and test it over the 2024 season!


February 29
7:15 pm - 8:15 pm