Supporting athletes to be faster, higher or stronger is a complicated problem with multiple hypotheses for each performance question. Biomechanical and performance data can be used to help athletes and coaches navigate these problems using an evidence-based approach.
Save the date, 5th December 2018. We will be joined by Head of Performance Support for the Great Britain Cycling Team Dr Paul Barratt. He will present a free webinar on biomechanical data titled All models are wrong, but some are useful: How biomechanical data can support decision-making in performance sport.
With so many types of bikes and riding styles, choosing a mountain bike can be confusing. Here are some tips to help make your decision a little easier!
Getting recovery in cycling right can lead to big improvements in performance and fewer injuries, so add these simple tips to your training programme now!
This week, The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) announced changes to track events in a bid to ‘create more spectator-friendly racing’. The biggest changes have come in the form of the multidiscipline omnium. The number of events has changed from six to four as all the individual, timed rounds have been dropped. The omnium will also be changed from a two-day event to just one day.
A new study has found that the benefits of the physical activity almost always outweighs the negative effects of pollution for those cycling through urban areas.
A study has found that running may be better for improving the health of your bones. Experts indicated that running was a better choice than non-weight baring exercises such as, cycling and swimming, when trying to prevent bone weakness.
Dark chocolate has long been hailed for its positive effects on cardiovascular health, but now a recent study has found that the tasty snack could actually help boost athletic performance.