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salmonfilet pinkbikeoriginals's article
Jan 23, 2020 at 8:54
Jan 23, 2020
salmonfilet sarahmoore's article
Jan 14, 2020 at 20:55
Jan 14, 2020
Social Roundup: Pro MTBers Athletes Keeping it Interesting in the Gym
@WAKIdesigns: As far as the machine goes, it definitely might not be...I'm not sure. I'm guessing the idea is to find some way to create a training effect without risking season/career ending injuries by constantly riding DH laps all the time; not to exactly mimic the effect of riding. That said, for all the reasons you mentioned at VDS, it's almost unimaginable that people like Minnaar can stay healthy enough to stay competitive for that long, or anybody who's been on top for more than a couple seasons for that matter. IDK what the statistics would say, but if I had to guess, what makes most people lose their edge (in any sport) isn't major injury or simply age, but the accumulation of small injuries that never fully heal, incrementally effecting bio-mechanics over time.
salmonfilet sarahmoore's article
Jan 14, 2020 at 14:53
Jan 14, 2020
Social Roundup: Pro MTBers Athletes Keeping it Interesting in the Gym
@WAKIdesigns: Generally agree with this, but I'd be surprised if there isn't some carryover at least for injury prevention, if not performance. I certainly wouldn't spend more than 15 minutes a day doing them though. That torture device Kate is on probably does have some true carryover as it seems to mimic that semi-stretched quad position and eccentric force from a DH run pretty well. Not sure how applying upward force to the band mimics a handlebar though. That said, it's always been weird to me that nobody seems to address how bad the mtn bike arm position is on the shoulder, and what can be done in the gym to mitigate the risk of injury. The ideal attack position, with elbows flared/internally rotated shoulder, is the exact opposite of how the bench and push up are cued due to the risk to the rotator cuff. Then again I don't hear too many pros complaining about shoulder issues that aren't caused by acute injury, so idk. Just like with diet though, it does seem like great athletes are great INSPIGHT of their training, not because of it.
salmonfilet sarahmoore's article
Jan 14, 2020 at 14:29
Jan 14, 2020
Social Roundup: Pro MTBers Athletes Keeping it Interesting in the Gym
@WAKIdesigns: If I had to guess, Rachel is still rehabbing/pre-habbing that ankle following the tear..keeping the stabilizers strong. Core work would be an added benefit.
salmonfilet caleb-ely's article
Dec 28, 2019 at 15:07
Dec 28, 2019
Video: First Sends on a Steep Freeride Trail in 'Tempo'
Fast plants are always a good choice. Sick trail and nice filming.
salmonfilet jamessmurthwaite's article
Dec 27, 2019 at 10:23
Dec 27, 2019
2019 Pinkbike Awards: Video of the Year Winners
Just to play the obnoxious contrarian role... I'm pretty sure there was a kicker over a road gap at one point. Regardless, it was one of my all-time favorites.
salmonfilet scottsecco's article
Dec 16, 2019 at 11:16
Dec 16, 2019
Movies For Your Monday
Yeah that was very well done.
salmonfilet mikekazimer's article
Dec 11, 2019 at 13:39
Dec 11, 2019
Review: Ibis Ripmo
@gbeaks33: Same. On every detail.
salmonfilet pinkbikeoriginals's article
Nov 27, 2019 at 9:09
Nov 27, 2019
Video: Christina Chappetta Conquers Fears on the Pinkbike Hot Lap
My new favorite mtn bike personality. Hope to see her in more PB stuff. Sick riding.
salmonfilet pnwcomponents's article
Nov 25, 2019 at 22:26
Nov 25, 2019
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