Default Tri-Fit Methodology:
Jamabalaya (a little of everything) Certifications:
BikeFit, BodyGeometry, Retul Fit Bikes:
None Motion-Capture Systems:
Other Cost of Fit: 200 - 250
General Information: After having performed over 500 bike fits for clients and customers at the now closed Joselyns Bicycles, we are proud to announce the opening of our very own bike fitting studio utilizing the latest technology to get you set up on your bike. We use a combination of our extensive experience in fitting cyclists, mountain bikers, and triathletes; education within the US Olympic Coaching program; video analysis; and a computrainer to analyze how power is being produced on the bike.
Our bike fitting philosophy is based on the belief that each and every athlete is unique with different ranges of motion, functional stability, and fitness levels; and the bike should be adapted to meet those unique needs. While many use bike fitting systems designed around the commonalities of cyclists, our process actually evaluates your individuality and sets you up in your unique position that combines comfort and performance. We will also never sell you on a brand of goods “required” for you to be fit on your bike. We strive to adapt existing equipment if possible, and will give you many options if parts do need to be replaced.
An important part of our bike fitting process is that we will help you become a better athlete by giving you suggestions on how you can improve your function on the bike. That may be a combination of stretching, mobility work, foam rolling, or strengthening work. Our goal is to make your position on the bike as efficient, comfortable, and powerful as possible.
For more details: http://burnhamcoaching.com/?page_id=1699 Directions: We are located in downtown Monterey at 241 Pearl St.
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