7 Tips in Finding the Best Heavy Duty Exercise Bikes For You

Are you looking for some tips to find the best heavy duty exercise bikes? If so, you are reading the right article. In this article, we are going to give you 7 tips that will help you choose the right heavy duty exercise bike for exciting exercise sessions. 1. Check the Size Size is of… Read More

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Linking the Risk of Falls & Cycling in Older Adults

People who keep cycling into their later years are at lower risk of the kinds of falls that plague older folk. A third of over-65s take a tumble each year, and about a quarter of those who break their hip this way die within a year. Injuries aside, the fear of a repeat fall can limit mobility. Chris… Read More

Maximal Isokinetic Protocol & EMG Normalisation

Research Paper Title A maximal isokinetic pedalling exercise for EMG normalization in cycling. Background An isometric maximal voluntary contraction (iMVC) is mostly used for the purpose of EMG normalization, a procedure described in the scientific literature in order to compare muscle activity among different muscles and subjects. However, the use of iMVC has certain limitations.… Read More

What is the Wingate Anaerobic Test?

Developed in the 1970s in Israel (Bar-Or, Dotan & Inbar, 1977), the Wingate Anaerobic Test (WAnT), also known as the Wingate Test and Wingate Protocol, measures (Bar-Or, 1987; Cooper et al., 2004): Lower-body peak power; Anaerobic capacity; and The reduction of power, known as fatigue index (FD). The WAnT, usually on a cycle ergometer, is… Read More