It is well known that poor posture while cycling can impact stability and result in back and neck pain and even pain in wrists, hands and ankles. Incorrect posture also limits maximum oxygen intake which decreases performance while proper posture can make pedaling easier and breathing more effective. By improving your posture, you can help reduce the chance of injury and pain.
Learn more about better posture for cycling with Dr. Beverley Marr of Stamford Healthcare Associates, chiropractor and creator of The SOAR Method for Perfect Posture, on Thursday, Jan. 17 at 6 p.m. at Signature Cycles, 14 Railroad Avenue in Greenwich. Designed to improve posture, The SOAR Method is a 15-minute sequential stretching and strengthening technique based on the principles of balance, strength and agility.
Dr. Marr will give posture assessments and tips on maintaining good posture while riding. She and her team will also demonstrate their new Posture Board to further improve posture and offer demos of low level laser therapy which uses light waves to reduce inflammation and pain and is used by pro cyclists.
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