January 27, 2014
Many of you know of Dr. Andy Pruitt, the guru of knee pain at Boulder Center for Sports Medicine.
In this interview, Dr. Pruitt discusses the importance of proper fit (bicycle, shoes) and equipment (saddle, shorts, gloves, etc) for comfort, longevity and durability in cycling.
Think it’s not that big of a deal? Think again. Hear how clip-in pedals and aero-bars revolutionized cycling (and initially caused an injury epidemic). Plus, you’ll hear the proper way to pronounce the word, soigneur (if you don’t already know). And there’s some running stuff in there too…for all of you triathletes.
About Dr. Pruitt
Dr. Andrew Pruitt, Ed.D., is the clinical director of the Boulder Center for Sports Medicine, a widely-published writer on cycling and athletics, and a regular consultant to the U.S. Cycling Federation. Dr. Pruitt sees the country’s finest cyclists and athletes from his Boulder, Colorado, practice. He’s also a two-time world cycling champion (1985, 1987).
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