criscokid25

The older I get, the faster I use to be.

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criscokid25 mikelevy's article
May 13, 2019 at 12:01
May 13, 2019
Review: Fuji’s 2019 Auric LT Enduro Bike is Surprisingly Versatile
Marin Alpine Trail 8...3699 usd...just saying. I know it's a 29er and has NX but if you are looking at this price point its worth considering.
criscokid25 EnduroWorldSeries's article
May 10, 2019 at 12:36
May 10, 2019
Video: How Do the Enduro Pros Set Up Their Pedals?
@spaztwelve: Not a single image? I guess we use different search engines. In my first post I mentioned being more to the center of your foot...just behind what we call the ball of the foot. Many riders who put in hours of saddle time are riding in this position. As for research, have a read here: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/227286445_Influence_of_Pedal_Foot_Position_on_Muscular_Activity_during_Ergometer_Cycling_P39 for some information on what I am talking about. There's way more research on the tarsometatarsal position for cycling if you want to dig further.
criscokid25 EnduroWorldSeries's article
May 10, 2019 at 11:58
May 10, 2019
Video: How Do the Enduro Pros Set Up Their Pedals?
@spaztwelve: Does Nino do anything wrong on a bike? The guy is a beast and obviously does what works for him as do many other professionals. My above comment was based on spending some time looking at research on foot placement and there is great evidence on how being centered on your pedal is more efficient. Is this going to work for everyone? Probably not. But I like science/research to help me make decision rather than on what the pros are doing.
criscokid25 EnduroWorldSeries's article
May 10, 2019 at 11:29
May 10, 2019
Video: How Do the Enduro Pros Set Up Their Pedals?
For years it was the ball of the foot for everything...basketball, cycling, tennis etc. I think people misunderstood exactly where the ball of the foot is. The best area for stability is the tarsometatarsal position...basically where the toes attach to the foot. This is more to the centre of the foot or just behind what we think of as the ball of the foot. Think of it like this...walk around on the balls of your feet for awhile. I would guess that you would tire easily. Most of the muscles in your leg are working toward stability so if your foot is in a more stable position then you will be more efficient. Take a look at where roadies on any major tour are positioning their feet. Seems like they are more centered on the pedal. With new riders/kids, I get them centered on their pedals for strength and stability.
May 7, 2019 at 11:27
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May 4, 2019 at 7:21
May 4, 2019
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Apr 20, 2019 at 8:31
Apr 20, 2019
Cheers. Stoked to see how the big wheels work around the loops.

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