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Back pain in cyclists is relatively common, and it can be caused by a variety of factors, along with bike fit, training background, personal health conditions, riding technique, and what you do in your everyday life off the bike. Back pain is common among cyclists. Cycling has a low injury rate when compared to other…

Cyclist Neck syndrome Human were not made to ride bicycles; for starters, we were designed to walk. Cycling not only disrupts the weight distribution of your spine and muscle, but it also force your back and neck to bend in an unnatural way. The neck must compensate in particular so that you can see where…

How Flexible is Hyperflexible? Many of us may consider ourselves to be flexible. But how do we differentiate between flexibility and joint hypermobility? Joint hypermobility can be determined by the Beighton Score, a simple joint flexibility score that quantifies your joint laxity. The Beighton score is a popular screening technique for hypermobility. Component of Beighton score: Using the…