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Ratings of Perceived Activation (RPA Scale)
I would like to introduce my method for measuring muscle activation, a Ratings of Perceived Activation Scale.  I developed this chart to help manage problematic areas that need to be addressed.  It also helps my clients provide feedback regarding their abil...

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Pro Cycling Crank Length List
Name Height (in) Weight Crank Length Tony Martin 73 165 175 Nairo Quintana 66 128 172.5 Chris Froome 73 157 172.5 Mark Cavendish 69 154 170 Marcel Kittel 74 190 175 Lance Armstrong 70 165 175 Alberto Contador 69 137 172.5 Fabian Cancellara 73 179 177.5 Andy...

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Is Your Crank Arm Length Too Long?
LONG CRANKS DON'T LEAD TO INJURY... BODY IMBALANCES DO While studies seem to be fixated on the length of the femur, tibia and foot, the fact is this: Inflexibility is the variable most likely contributing to the discomfort associated with long cranks.  This...

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Crank Length for Track Cycling
There is a big misconception that shorter cranks provide superior acceleration compared to longer cranks, and this is mainly because short cranks are often associated with the explosive and strong track cyclist.  In reality, the reason why track cyclists ha...

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Chris Froome & Team Sky's Secret - How to beat riders using a Short Crank Length
If you haven't already read my original post and studied the crank arm length flow chart posted there, please go to the link below. http://eatsleeptrainsmart.blogspot.com/2016/01/crank-arm-length-debunked-long-vs-short.html Chris Froome & Team Sky - The mec...

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Crank Arm Length Debunked - Long vs. Short - Pros, Cons and Solutions
Full Breakdown Comparing Long and Short Cranks The single piece of information that helped me understand how crank length affects performance is that torque gets you up to speed faster, but high RPMs keep you there longer.  When you look at the equation bel...
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