COMFORT + EFFICIENCY = PERFORMANCE
Fit Training Opportunities for experienced bike fitters
You fitted my bike at the end of June. Just thought I'd let you know how its gone since then. In two words, Bloody Sensational!- Carl C.
In this post, Steve takes a look at improving performance within five different catorgories: Breathing, Nutrition, Function, Equipment and Training. He highlights the Breathing section with a review of an invention from friend to the site, Gotz Heine, called Nasal Suffocating Aid (NaSA). It’s a simple, inexpensive solution for those seeking to simulate altitude training. Along with NaSA, you’ll find several methods every serious or not-so-serious rider can benefit from…
Heel Wedges are the biggest single selling item in the store, and we thought it was time to reintroduce them. So why a heel wedge and not a cleat wedge? Here are the pros and cons as I see them: From a proprioceptive point of view, wedging placement is Read more »
Steve recently did an interview with Damian Ruse at SemiProCycling.com on the topic of cleat position. Here’s the list of questions asked: What do you consider the ball of the foot? What’s the idea behind moving the ball of the foot in front of the pedal axle? Mid-foot cleat placement: Why Read more »