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snyda jslehmann14's article
Jun 2, 2020 at 16:32
Jun 2, 2020
Help Prevent Injuries With These Stretches & Exercises
@notreallyhere: This is the last time I'll be commenting. I wish you the best.
snyda jslehmann14's article
Jun 1, 2020 at 18:10
Jun 1, 2020
Help Prevent Injuries With These Stretches & Exercises
It is on Jenny to cite her sources as she is making these claims. Csteffens, I'm not even sure what you wrote. But I think it made me less smart post read. Asking for citations is not mansplaining, if a female said blood letting helped cure X, a male who says cite your sources is not mansplaining. Notreallyhere, that's not the study. Define "massively tight illiopsoas" and show me (if you can measure and define "tight"), how tightness contributes to your chronic pain. I'd recommend checking out to better understand and manage your pain.
snyda jslehmann14's article
May 31, 2020 at 17:54
May 31, 2020
Help Prevent Injuries With These Stretches & Exercises
Jenny, can you please cite your sources. First off, we don't know actually what causes chronic injuries - we do know that many injuries, particularly chronic ones, pull from a bio-psycho-social model and as pain continues biology becomes less of a factor. We do know that strength training is one of the only ways to prevent overuse injuries as compared to stretching and proprioceptive training. Can you please cite your sources for "muscle imbalances" being relevant for anything. Muscle imbalances can't even be reliably measured let alone the foundation for a hypothesis about how injuries in mountainbiking occur. Can you please cite your source for improper posture causing pain? There are no bad postures. There may be postures that temporarily provoke pain and may need to be modified until proper adaptation can occur. Can you please cite how improper mobility can lead to pain and how mobility exercises can decrease pain? We know stretching doesn't work to increase mobility(Cochrane review) and we know "deficits" in mobility don't cause injuries. Besides the recommendation of strength training exercises, I strongly oppose everything you've said in here and I'm shocked that physiotherapy schools still teach outdated material like this. My reaction is strong because not only do these interventions not work - besides strength training and a huge healthy dose of sport specific training(aka proper mobility work) that should take place on a bike - but the manner in which you say these things have the potential to DAMAGE your readers and patients self worth. A Nocebo. By saying things(that don't even have strong evidence) that make humans feel like they are lacking, fragile and immobile you are doing the general population a huge disservice and potentially harming people's psychological and physical well being. When only 15% of the population gets adequate exercise, we need to be encouraging free form exercise in whatever ways possible. Not preying on their fears to sell our services. I'd kindly recommend looking up evidence based exercise recommendations to recommend for your future articles.
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Lightly Used Specialized S-works Enduro Priced to Sell

$2275 USD
2014 Specialized Enduro 29 S-Works Size XL. This is a great bike that unfortunately sat mostly dormant as I opened up a new business for two years. I resumed riding 9 months ago and probably put in 30 rides on it in totality. It's a great bike that rode steeps and XC equally well. For a bike that's a couple of years old, it was at the forefront of modern geometry. Brand new 10k, now yours for a quarter of that! This bike was built from the frame only S-Works option with the Hyper yellow/black colors. The bike is in very good condition. There are a couple of small chips in the clear coat/paint layer that has been filled with clear epoxy, and then the frame has been covered with 3M protective tape. Not used or abused. I'm not a hucker. I rode mostly XC. It is a pretty much stock S-Works build (Cane Creek DB Air CS, Rockshox Pike RC3 set to 150mm rather than 160mm (a bit better climbing I find with no real loss on descents), full SRAM XX1 11 speed w/carbon cranks). But comes with Roval Traverse Aluminum wheels rather than carbon. These wheels have been bulletproof, and have the DT-Swiss internals. They have been run tubeless since day 1 with no problems. Butcher Grid front, Specialized Henge saddle, Command Post IR 3 position seat post. Upgrades/changes from stock include: - Shimano Deore brakes I prefer these to the XX1's - Race Face 35mm turbine 50mm stem - Couple Rides before swapped - Race Face Atlas 35mm 10mm rise bars. Full 800mm width - Couple rides before swapped Hit me up for a great bike at a great price!

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Sick bike dude

Jul 5, 2015 at 12:55
Jul 5, 2015

Evil Uprising Carbon

$3595 USD
Hey fellow PB rippers, Up for sale if my brand spankin new XL Evil Uprising carbon. I had a DW Turner dhr before this and this bike shredded as hard on the downhills, but allows you to pedal up. Ive had it for one season and unfortunatly did not get to ride it too much due to me being a senior in college, it hasnt been rallied hard; no trips to the bike park. Probably less than 30 overall rides. I love this bike and am only selling it to hop on the 29er bandwagon. A trade for an XL specialized enduro 29 would be considered. Includes: Pike with lockout Saint Brakes with 8 inch rotors Point One Podiums and a bunch of other top of the line components. Clean frame with a tiny paint chip that has been cleared as structurally safe by the guys at Evil Bikes Shoot me a message if Interested. MSRP was $5700 so take me up on a killer deal

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Oct 16, 2014 at 11:19
Oct 16, 2014
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