Having talked about the thoracic and stiff hips in cycling recently, it got me thinking about the bullies and the bullied of the body. I usually don’t like to generalise too much, however, there are definitely areas of the body that hold a lot of power and areas that are more prone to suffering symptoms.
Month: July 2019
If you’ve been fowling this littles series on Hip Mobility in Cycling, then you’ll know the last post was on Assessing Hip Mobility. Now we have covered that and you have assessed for the root cause, we now need some strategies to help solve the hip mobility issues. Let’s have a little look at some
On Monday, we looked at Hip Mobility in Cycling. It’s certainly an interesting thing to look at as it can have many causes and like almost anything else, does not have a single solution. Today, we’ll have a look at assessing off weight bearing and a 3D on weight bearing assessment. Off Weight Bearing Clearly,
it may seem logical that in cycling the place to look is in the sagittal plane, those who have been reading my blogs a long time will know, that may be a mistake too! Most commonly, a severe