Why do a biomechanical study?
Ensure safe sports practice by identifying decompensations, insufficient ranges of motion or metrics that predispose to physical problems.
Forget about typical problems such as numbness in support points, perineal pressure or dorsal overloads
Achieve a final position that optimizes performance according to the modality practiced: decrease power loss, aerodynamic improvement, control for technical sections...
What are the steps of our studies?
Initial interview to know previous history, objective of the study, present pathologies, practiced modality ...
Initial assessment of the cyclist and bicycle for appreciate points on which to focus the study
Anatomical examination, analysis of ranges of motion, possible strength deficits, proprioceptive or decompensation
Kinematic analysis of initial position using 2D software
3D inertial analysis
Use of IMU to determine movements in the different axes of the pelvis, knee and foot
EMG and kinetic analysis
Know the muscular activation and the application of force on the pedals
Position modification and correction
Cleat adjustment and different components to the cyclist's needs according to the evaluated parameters
New data collection and comparison with feedback to know the effects of the changes until reaching the final position
Study report and final measures as well as subsequent review
Biomechanical study 1 bicycle (2h 30' approx)
Biomechanical study 2 bicycles (3h 30' approx)
Electromyographic study complement
* Studies include 1 free review within 3 months if it is necessary