From Birmingham, UK we welcome back Xavier Disley. He is the lead analyst for Aero-Coach in the UK which specializes in finding an optimal mix of aerodynamics and power production outside of a wind tunnel in velodromes. He is also a coach for RST Sport LTD and lectures on biomechanics to sports science students. Xavier’s podcast analyzing the hour attempts was very well received and I have been thinking of ways to concentrate his knowledge to topics that would be informative yet not overwhelming in content. I thought it might be helpful to concentrate on some basic information to use as a foundation for a good, sustainable aero position.
We continue with Dr. Will Mangar of InDurance (http://www.indurance.co.uk/, @in_durance) and our discussion of athletic health as measured by strategic blood testing. Thanks again to Billy Oliver for the show suggestion. Thanks much for downloading the show. If you have a question or comment you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and on twitter I am @markflorence11.
InDurance describes themselves as a new concept aimed at people who take their training seriously with a focus on the fusion of health, technology and performance. They present Swim, Bike and Run athletes with essential self-tracking tools designed by sports medics, top coaches and professional athletes using blood profiling. Dr. Will Mangar is the Medical Director and Founder and he joins us for part one of this two part episode. In this day and age of quantifying everything, perhaps we are forgetting the most important thing, the athlete. You can find more information at http://www.indurance.co.uk/ and @in_durance.