Ep 101- Greg Choat: When to Get More Aggressive with Your Bike Fit

Greg Choat
Greg Choat is a performance specialist based out of Las Vegas who has worked with a number of athletes from a variety of sports, ranging from UFC and Olympic level Badminton to cyclists and triathletes in the amateur and professional levels. In this episode our main topic is when and how to get more aggressive with your bike fit during the season. The answer will surprise many cyclists and triathletes, and bring into light a few really important considerations which are missed when talking about “getting more aero”.
In this episode we also talk about:
-Explosion of indoor cycling (via Corona, Zwift, and Peloton)     -The difference between riding indoors vs. riding outside -His deep dive the last 4 years into the nooks and crannies of bike fitting (After nearly 20 years of bike fitting) -The horrible bike fits that can be seen at Professional Triathlon’s and TT races (and why they prevail despite our knowing better) -Why your musculoskeletal FUNCTION will dictate your on-bike FORM -Why you shouldn’t deadlift off the floor as a cyclist or triathlete…at least not to start
And much more!
Connect with and follow Greg on:
Website– Sanus Sport
Website- Las Vegas Bike Fit
Email: Fitme@LasVegasBikeFit.com
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Menachem Brodie

Menachem Brodie

Coaching since 2000, Menachem Brodie has been working with athletes in a number of settings, and a broad variety of sports.

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