Aero Position and Overload Injuries

imagesRoad biking demands that cyclists subject their low back to prolonged flexed posture, exagerated thoracic kyphosis, neck hyperextension, and close-packed hip/knee angles.  Aero positions especially, have some risks associated with them.  Two common injuries riders experience are to the hamstring and erector spinae muscle groups, in the form of low back pain.   Continue reading