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Powering Uphill On The Bike

Physiotherapist Dana Ranahan shows us how to boost your power when cycling up hills without hurting your back. So one question that we get in the clinic here with riding the bike, is how can I generate more power going up the hills because we have lots of hills here in North Vancouver, and how […]

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What Does Your Alignment Look Like On The Bike?

Physiotherapist Dana Ranahan shows us how to get proper alignment on the bike, preventing knee and hip pain. Watch and learn how to position yourself properly and improve your power and pedalling efficiency. So one of the things we wanted to take a look at on the bike is the alignment through the front of […]

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Correct Bike Position – Bike Fitting

Avoid wrist, arm and back pain by positioning yourself correctly on your bike. Getting your pelvis into the correct position, and using your core to generate power will make you more efficient on the bike and prevent low back pain. Hi, this is Dana Ranahan from Body Works Sports Physiotherapy in North Vancouver and today […]

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Fitting your body to your bike and avoiding injury!

Fitting your body to your bike and avoiding injury! We are here today with Doug to look at how he is positioning his body on his bike for long distance riding. Doug does a lot of long distance riding and has been having some difficulty with his neck and shoulder and elbow. In this video […]

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