Most of what I see on Active.com is drivel -- "10 great fall rides!", or "How to ride a century!"
I like Active's "10 core exercises"-type of articles. Most of them I know but usually one or more I do not. My own workout program includes ~20-25 exercises I have been doing for years that I rotate. A change is most welcome.
This article is recommended. The articles gives ideas for mid-back, shoulder, hip, and ankle limbering. All four of these hit very close to home regarding my own symptoms from cycling -- hips, back, shoulders, and ankles take the real beating but get ignored in the weight room.
For an obvious comparison: training is like writing. Laying down the big idea is lots of fun and I do it with relish -- and launching for a big ride is an adventure that sets my teeth on edge. Tying up loose ends is drudgery and I can only force myself to do it rarely -- and stretching at night when I just want to fall into bed is an unwelcome obligation.