COMFORT + EFFICIENCY = PERFORMANCE
Fit Training Opportunities for experienced bike fitters
I just wanted to say hello and a big, big thank you for the bike fit that I had with you in May. Everything is going extremely well. I have never felt as comfortable on a bike as I do at present.- Paul H.
A feature story about Steve in the November issue of “Bicycling” magazine is now available online here.
Check out this great interview with Steve from David Heatley at Cycling-Inform: http://www.cycling-inform.com/interview-bike-fitting-expert-steve-hogg/
I’m writing this post because I get a regular stream of emails from bike fitters that I respect who relate stories about fit clients who nodded their heads at the right time; said they understood completely and agreed that positional adjustments require time for the body to adapt……………………………and then Read more »
In March, Matteo Cassina, the principal of Passoni visited Sydney. He invited me for a ride with him and two of his friends. The friends turned out to be Kim Fournais, CEO of Saxo Bank, and Anthony Griffin, CEO of Saxo Banks’ Australian operations. We met on a rainy Monday morning Read more »
In this post, Steve takes a look at improving performance within five different catorgories: Breathing, Nutrition, Function, Equipment and Training. He highlights the Breathing section with a review of an invention from friend to the site, Gotz Heine, called Nasal Suffocating Aid (NaSA). It’s a simple, inexpensive solution for those seeking to simulate altitude training. Along with NaSA, you’ll find several methods every serious or not-so-serious rider can benefit from…
Heel Wedges are the biggest single selling item in the store, and we thought it was time to reintroduce them. So why a heel wedge and not a cleat wedge? Here are the pros and cons as I see them: From a proprioceptive point of view, wedging placement is Read more »