COMFORT + EFFICIENCY = PERFORMANCE
Fit Training Opportunities for experienced bike fitters
Thanks SO much for the fitting… The experience was fantastic – positive in many ways beyond cycling.- Nathan F.
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 »