Mobility has its roots in functional movement, which is linked biomechanics. This can lead us to bike fit methodology, but today I’m going to focus on the basics of functional movement for strength training and body balance including a self-assessment tool, where to start with your results, and then get into two common mobility issues that cyclists face.
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This week good old mobility and stability. I harp on about this all the time, but I was on a call with a consulting client this week – and he was asking about where to start. Which made me think, it’s been a long time since I’ve done a show on mobility.
It’s so important to get this stuff right – and there’s no better place to start than with a fundamental understand of the two concepts of mobility and stability.
Here’s What You’ll Discover:
- Which experts and resources I turn to for advice.
- Why mobility is so important.
- How to test mobility.
- What to work on first once you know your greatest limiter.
- Alan Couzens – Talking the Torque
- Ross Tucker – Sprint Numbers
- Strava Enhancement Suite
- Edvald Boasson Hagen
Photo credit: clarkmaxwell on Flickr