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Pre-Hab Training for Cyclists

PostPosted: Wed Mar 06, 2013 8:50 pm
by lduncan88
The latest video on my channel. I know a lot of people that either have pain or posture problems from not doing the necessary corrective work for a rider, so I was inspired to make this video. Let me know what you think.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mDHM62xbvMw[/youtube]

Re: Pre-Hab Training for Cyclists

PostPosted: Sat Mar 16, 2013 9:03 am
by Alistar
Yeah I liked it. Gives me an excuse as to why I'm so crap at pull-ups :)
But seriously, as a cyclist who has suffered from some of these imbalances I think its important to remind people of the potential problems that are better prevented, than encountered and rehabed. However I'm lazy and still don't do as much extra work as I should. Tore my G.medius a few yrs back then started having knee problems caused by pelvic stability issues on the same side a few yrs later. Got back into G. medius strengthening and knee pain I'd been having for well over a yr disapeared due to better "tracking". Knee used to crack and pop while climbing out of the saddle which was a bit disconcerting! Doesn't anymore :)

Re: Pre-Hab Training for Cyclists

PostPosted: Sat Mar 16, 2013 9:46 pm
by lduncan88
[quote="Alistar"]Yeah I liked it. Gives me an excuse as to why I'm so crap at pull-ups :)
But seriously, as a cyclist who has suffered from some of these imbalances I think its important to remind people of the potential problems that are better prevented, than encountered and rehabed. However I'm lazy and still don't do as much extra work as I should. Tore my G.medius a few yrs back then started having knee problems caused by pelvic stability issues on the same side a few yrs later. Got back into G. medius strengthening and knee pain I'd been having for well over a yr disapeared due to better "tracking". Knee used to crack and pop while climbing out of the saddle which was a bit disconcerting! Doesn't anymore :)


I think most of us fall into the "too lazy to do what we should" category more often than not (myself included). Thanks.

Re: Pre-Hab Training for Cyclists

PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2013 10:03 am
by xrodolfox
This was nice and informative.
I subscribed too!

Re: Pre-Hab Training for Cyclists

PostPosted: Thu Mar 21, 2013 2:43 pm
by lduncan88
[quote="xrodolfox"]This was nice and informative.
I subscribed too!


Thank you.