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Clemson13 pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 11, 2015 at 14:04
Sep 11, 2015
Clemson13 DanMilner's article
Feb 21, 2014 at 7:54
Feb 21, 2014
Video: The Ultimate MTB Wheel Size Shootout
@DanMilner I love these vids. I cannot wait to see that one. It should be hilarious.
Clemson13 JordanCarr's article
Feb 10, 2014 at 16:11
Feb 10, 2014
Morpheus Loki - Review
Propermuntered, I fully agree with you. I am very pleased at all of your posts because now I don't have to try to write them. Sacrificial parts an enormously useful tool on our bikes. I have had to change one or two out on every bike I have ridden hard. I see little point in trying to save a piece of bent aluminum. deeight, I guess you could call me an armchair engineer because I am sitting in one right now. I also am a mechanical engineer who loves the material sciences aspect. Some people work in this engineering field for a job. Listen to propermuntered. He knows much more on the subject at hand than you do.
Clemson13 mtbstrengthcoach's article
Feb 4, 2014 at 8:50
Feb 4, 2014
Video: Hip Hinge vs. Squatting
Waki, Your views on this are ridiculous. I competed in Olympic style weightlifting a few years back and was my own coach. My form is pretty damn good and I taught myself. This is a perfectly safe way to enter the sport. Read the numerous books on it, frequent the quality lifting sites (pendelay forum for instance), watch videos of top athletes preforming textbook lifts, preform the motions in a mirror with body weight, then preform the exercise at a safe weight while filming yourself. Watch the film and adjust. All of the information is freely available. Most trainers don't know half of what you can learn yourself by researching the sport of weightlifting. In fact, many are downright dangerous. I was told by a head trainer at a gym that erging is bad for your health! Most trainers and coaches also spew garbage about over training. This is fairly hard to do once you acclimate to the sport. More often than over training, the individual is undereating and undersleeping.
Clemson13 mtbstrengthcoach's article
Feb 4, 2014 at 8:02
Feb 4, 2014
Video: Hip Hinge vs. Squatting
When doing the romanian dead lift keep your back and pelvis in the same position. Imagine them being immobile. To move the bar rotate the pelvis. Back injuries mainly come when the spine is being moved while under load not supporting a load with no spine movement.
Clemson13 mikelevy's article
Jul 22, 2013 at 5:35
Jul 22, 2013
Nukeproof Pulse - Review
@faul, I interpret that sentence as saying that the suspension layout on the 'nuke works better than those that are high tech and touted as 'the best'
Jun 29, 2013 at 8:42
Jun 29, 2013
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