Taylor Knibb’s Injury Rehab Period Elevates Her Riding
- Taylor Knibb won 70.3 Boulder after facing a setback from an injury.
- Her coach, Ian O’Brien, helped her use the injury rehab period to improve her riding.
- Knibb’s strength on the bike has greatly improved since last season.
- O’Brien incorporated hill repeats, strength work, and technical skills to help Knibb become a stronger cyclist.
- Knibb’s biking improvements have given her an edge in triathlons and made her a top contender in the sport.
Trifindr’s Hot Take:
Taylor Knibb’s journey to become a top contender in triathlon has been anything but smooth. Facing a setback from an injury could have been devastating for her career, but with the help of her coach, Ian O’Brien, Knibb used the rehab period to take her riding to the next level. Incorporating hill repeats, strength work, and technical skills have all contributed to Knibb’s now-scary-fast biking abilities. By improving her riding, Knibb has become a force to be reckoned with in triathlons, and her success serves as a reminder that setbacks can be opportunities for growth.