From the pelvis to the foot, and all the knee dysfunction in between; lower extremity evaluation and intervention is vital to successful cycling. January will see the IBFI New Zealand Masterclass arrive at the Avantidrome for 2 invaluable days.
Curtis Cramblett and Justin Ralph are providing this exceptional 2-day course designed to equip you with the intervention strategies you need to optimally benefit your athletes.
Together Curtis and Justin have an fantastic array of knowledge, experience and expertise to tackle this in-depth bike fit course. Curtis is the founder of Revolutions In Fitness in San Jose, California. He is also a physical therapist, cycling coach and certified ILevel 4 IBFI Bike Fitter and Functional Manual Therapist.
Justin Ralph brings his knowledge and qualifications as a Performance Physiotherapist, a certified bike fitter and his experience of currently working for High Performance Sport NZ at Cycling New Zealand to the two-day course. His primary focus is bike interface and he aims to ensure athletes are cycling healthy as well as fast.
Come and learn on, and off-bike evaluation and intervention strategies. These include evaluation of the biomechanics of the lower extremity, assessment and interventions for cyclists, focusing on the lumbo-pelvic region, hip and lower extremity. Also included are intervention-specific analysis, that encompasses exercises for correction of underlying drivers, and on-bike accommodations to decrease stress to dysfunctional areas.
To find out more or to sign up for the IBFI New Zealand Masterclass click here.