Do you mean that you need that blood pumped to that area?
Agreed. But, ultrasounds for a tendonitis? Here it's difficult even to get an analysis when you are sick... will the doctor agree to use some shit like that? TBH, I don't even know about ultrasounds
Not sure who Winston is. Is the guy @ranlee linked?
Not really many injuries, and definitively NOT related to fitting (I just mentioned a crash and some knee annoyances... due to hard MTB riding, or more probably running I'm thinking now...).
I will probably give it a shot, and will check with a doctor too. But again, I've done many other hard/long rides and didn't have this problem until now.
I don't think I ever said that... I just think that I can do just fine with the current fitting.
The reason I changed the saddle height (recently) is nothing to do with fitting, is because I took several trains and had to remove the seat post every time I had to bag the bike.
I guess that my solution is just to follow medical advice and pray for feeling better once I get back to ride. And yes, I will probably ask a professional fitter about this, but again, I never had this problem before, and I don't think they can make dramatic changes over the current setup. Or not necessary changes anyway.
Nope! I like more the idea of having a cleat with some extra padding.
Well, different intensity... but yeah, it also bugs me when off the bike. However, it's not a pain I can't bear, it's just there, you can feel it, but it's kinda muted. The intensity of the pain has changed over the time. But again, the pain is mainly when riding. I think I will check tomorrow some doctor a friend recommended me, supposedly he's "super good". But I just don't trust doctors here, same I don't trust scooter shops or bicycle shops *
That's my plan... or my wish. And yeah, no way I'm mixing crank lengths, ALTHOUG I have read a guy who was unknowingly riding a 170 and 172.5 and didn't notice shit, or he said that.
- I don't trust scooter/motorcycle shops because most of them don't know shit. I have had to ask for tools for doing myself in front of them what they said it wasn't possible, or too difficult. I don't trust doctors because they just give you pills, and consistently fail to give an accurante or useful diagnosis, they give you pills instead.
And I don't trust much bicycle shops because I've been told very retarded things in these places. I remember this fat guy lecturing my friend why she had to inflte the tyres up to 120 PSI because "these tyres are different" and "the more the better for roads". The girls weights not much more than 50 kg., and everybody knows what roads in TW look like. Funnily enough, she and many other riders got a flat in an event in YuShan last Sunday, when crossing over some metal junction in a bridge I guess. I immidiately imagined all these super PRO riders and shop mechanics over inflating the tyres for making the bikes super fast