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Nov 3, 2020

Phil Burt was the British Cycling head physiotherapist for 12 years and a consultant physiotherapist for team Sky Cycling for five years and across those years, the team's collectively accrued more than 30 Olympic gold medals, 5 Tour de France victories and more than 100 World Championship victories.  Phil consulted with the who's who of world cycling across that time. Phil is now based in private practice, and he's taking his many learnings to the world of cycling through his clinic, Phil consults with British triathlon and has authored two very successful books “bike fit” and “strengthen conditioning for cyclists”, he’s a UCI advisor on positional rules and also sits on the Redell World Advisory Board.

During this expert edition Phil shares around the concept of there not being an actual ideal bike fit but rather a bike fit window. The idea that human beings are adaptable and bikes are adjustable, the fascinating concept of micro adjusters and macro absorbers, the three pillars of bike fit, getting aero comfortable/sustainable and producing power. Phil discusses common cycling ailments, lower back pain, neck strain, numb hands and numb feet as well as what to do for the dreaded saddle sores.

There's so much in this expert edition and heads up Phil issues arguably the most dangerous physical challenge for the week to date.

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