Tag: knee pain

Front View – Bike Fitting your Body! Good Knee Alignment!

Hi, here we are at Body Works Sports Physiotherapy with Doug Talier who’s doing the Granfondo in Penticton this weekend and we’re just looking at how he’s moving on the bike to help make it more efficient. So we talked to Doug a little bit about positioning his pelvis and his sinking his hips on […]

What Does Your Alignment Look Like On The Bike?

So one of the things we wanted to take a look at on the bike is the alignment through the front of the chain. So we want to see a straight line, Angela is doing pretty well, straight line through the foot, knee and hip through here, so you don’t see your knee turning in […]

How To Stop Knee Pain While Cycling | Ask GCN Anything About Cycling

– Faster than a brand new kilometer record at sea level, it’s here again. The show where you ask and we answer your cycling related questions. It’s ask GCN Anything. Now first up we have this question from Marcus who says, “@gcntweet I love the show, keep it up. But how do I know when […]

Emma’s Top 5 Core Exercises For Cyclists

– Why should you bother with core stability training? Well because it can help you to avoid injury and ride faster, especially when it comes to climbing. I’m going to show you five very simple core stability exercises that I did and that really helped me to improve my climbing. I’m training now for the […]

Ride Your Mountain Bike In Comfort

– After a couple of big days on my bike recently, one on that Longest Day ride and the other one, bikepacking with Blake, it’s reminded me just how important it is to be comfortable on your bike. Things like lower back pain or shoulder pain can really ruin a ride, so this is how […]

Mountain Bike Fit And Body Position Clinic | Ask GMBN Tech Special

– Here at GMBN Tech, we get a lot of questions about the effects of ill bike setup and basically how that affects you when you’re riding on the trail. Things I’m talking about is stuff like numb hands, not being able to keep the front wheel down when you’re climbing, maybe struggling to lift […]