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The Cans and Cannots: Why Incorporating Pressure Analysis is No Longer Optional

by Tad Hughes For years fitters have heavily relied on optical systems and angle based algorithms to come up with integration solutions between bike and rider. The more asymmetric the client, the more expertise required of the fitter. As MRI’s revolutionized the medical field, the addition of pressure analysis in cycling and triathlon gave way to contact point visibility while giving crucial feedback that was previously unavailable. Instead of asking clients,...

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9 Rules (You Should) Follow for #IMKona Underpants Run

1. Any version of white “mommy underwear” (also known as tighty whities, y-fronts, briefs, etc.) is permitted. Good sources include Duofold’s performance briefs made with Coolmax Alta or any variety of cotton three-packs available at Wal-Mart and other fine stores. 2. No boxers, long underwear, or stylish Euro-bikini briefs permitted. 3. Route must be completed by running, walking, or crawling. Heart rate monitors, black or argyle socks, bad hats, and earrings are...

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Augusta 70.3 Race Report

by Alex Baron 10/4/2013 Augusta is a fast course. Lets begin right there. The swim is downstream and weather is generally favorable. Bike has some decent hills (over 1,000 feet in elevation over the course) and is quite technical. Run is a flat 2 loops through the town. All this being the case, this does not make the course easy. The result of this is that everyone goes fast. There are no breaks. No points where you can take it easy. All you can do is hammer the entire time....

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Personal Enhancement Team: 5 People You Need to Know

Regardless of your individual goals or where you fall on the competitive barometer having an off-the-bike network to improve your overall health, comfort or injury recovery is critical. To better understand the theory behind this I ask that you think of your body and flexibility as a traditional window blind. The strings holding it together represent your muscle tension, the frame your skeleton and the horizontal slats your pelvis. If you pull the strings evenly the blind...

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