Dr. Matt Koester // #FitnessAthleteFriday // www.ptonice.com
In today's episode of the PT on ICE Daily Show, Endurance Athlete faculty member Matt Koester discusses the evolution of cycling pedals, including clipped in riding, and changes in the safety & efficiency of clipless pedals.
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01:26 MATT KOESTER
Alright guys, welcome to another episode of the PT on ICE Daily Show. I'm Matt Koester, lead faculty in the endurance athlete division with a specific specialty in bike fit. The title of today's episode, clipped in, clipless and clueless. I want to spend a little time today diving into a topic that I think is really fun. It's also really, really confusing, especially for people who don't understand the cycling industry, the cycling world. It's a very, very basic part of terminology that I think will help you to get a little bit more credibility having conversations with cyclists when you're discussing the pain that they're experiencing. Before we dive fully in on the topics for today though, I do want to take a moment and just give a quick shout out to our last bike fit host, bike fit course of the year. That's going to be down in Knoxville, Tennessee, September 23rd and 24th. Sadly a sad thing to say, our last one of the year, but we are super pumped for it. And if you're unable to make it and join us this year, have a good look into next year. We are currently ramping up probably what's going to be the biggest year for this course we've ever had. We'll be coast to coast and all over the place in between. So we're really, really excited for that. But if you like what you hear what we're talking about today, you want to learn more, you want to dive in, you're definitely going to have an opportunity to jump in in about a month. You can also learn from us on virtual ice where I'm going to be doing some podcast, some lectures on this content in a little while as well. So those are the things that are coming up down the road.