Injury Prevention For Cyclists
No one likes injuries, and if you've ever suffered from one previously, you'll be keen to learn a thing or two about avoiding them in the future. Endurance athletes specifically endure high training loads and perform repetitive movements in their choice of sport. This combination of traits in conjunction with often neglected strength training, exposes the athlete to a higher risk of injury. Our subject matter experts will dissect what it is to prevent injury and leave you with skills that you can easily implement into your training. As a result, these Skillboosters will enable you to understand the purpose behind intentional injury prevention, and measures to take in order to achieve this - a skill that you could directly implement into your practice or coaching spaces.
BSc (Med) (Hons) Exercise Science (Biokinetics)
Warwick is a High Performance Biokineticist that has a special interest in working with all disciplines of cycling. Warwick has worked with novice cyclists in increasing their ability and performance on the bike. Warwick has a track record of working with professional cyclists during their training for world cup races, Olympics or grand tours. Warwick has experience in training individuals in groups as well as one on one and ensuring that each individual is able to learn as much about their training while reaping the performance benefits.