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Low back pain often is triggered by muscle fatigue therefore an exercise routine is a good preventive action together with checking your sitting position at work, your bike frame dimension and attend a full bike fit session with physical assessment.
https://www.cyclingweekly.com/fitness/bike-fit/lower-back-pain-dont-blame-the-bike-32094
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Sometimes cycling is considered a painful sport but it is possible to understand the origin of problem and strongly improving the quality of our ride. While we pedal low back, buttock, neck, knees, feet, hips, wrists can suffer from pain, discomfort, pins and needles. There is always an answer to these pains and possible action to take to resolve the problem, from improving our flexibility with exercises to change the stem.
https://www.cyclist.co.uk/in-depth/1289/how-to-pedal-without-pain
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We all should read this article about crank length. A shorter crank is facilitating an aerodynamic position and is avoiding extreme hip flexion when pedal is at 12.
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Any important issue at UCI other than ruling on the maximum sock height ?
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A great story written on a narrow and steep road in north London by Mat Ilic.
Thanks to Danny Ryan for pointing it to me.
https://vimeo.com/140001669
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A bike fitting session can help to understand your muscle weaknesses. In this case, unbalanced leg strength can impact on pedal stroke power and trigger unwanted pelvic movement. Specific physical exercise can balance differences and improve performance.
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Interesting paper by R.Verma et al.reviewed by Paul Visntini on bikefit parameters and how they related to comfort and pain, as well as fatigue, muscle activation, pedal force, centre of pressure (COP) and cadence. http://ibfi-certification.com/analysing-the-impact-of-bikefit-on-comfort-and-pain-paul-visentini/
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We are all talking about Chris Froome position on the bike.
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