Evidence based management of Cycling Pathology
March 1 @ 8:00 am - March 2 @ 5:00 pm£500
Understand the anatomical and mechanical influences on cycling injury and the interventions available to reduce injury risk and improve cycling related pain and discomfort.
For healthcare professionals, sports therapists, coaches, strength and conditioning and personal training instructors.
The anatomy and physiology of cycling
Cycling injury incidence and epidemiology
Physical screening protocols for cycling
Cycling biomechanics and ‘Bike Fitting’ theory and interventions
Using technology in cycling analysis: what are the best technologies and tools to use to understand cycling movement and pedalling dynamics.
Injury prevention for cycling