Optimising Biomechanics of Cycling (Day 1)
Course: Optimising biomechanics of cycling
A large body of research indicates that bike set up and peddling techniques can both significantly improve cycling performance and minimise the risk of repetitive strain injuries. It is important with any adjustments made to bike geometry can be accommodated within the rider's musculoskeletal abilities. This workshop is designed to educate participants on the ideal bike set up geometry and how to adjust this geometry to the individual needs of the rider. A comprehensive cycling specific screening to identify problem regions will be outlined. Such a screening can be used to determine if the cyclist would benefit from biomechanical or muscle control treatment to optimise rider-bike dynamic function.
Presenter:: Trish Wisbey-Roth, Specialist Sports Physiotherapist FACP
Date: 10 June 2017
Time: 9.00 am-5.00 pm
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