Friday, June 29, 2012

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Shonny Vanlandingham - XTERRA champ is still getting it!

It's not easy to be a pro women in any sport, to make a living, and there are only a hand full of them that have stayed on top of their game.

Shonny Vanlandingham can still dish it out and stand at the top. Some dream and other's just do it. Shonny is a history maker, few will be able to accomplish what she has and still doing.

A real pro is not just a kit and name, it's a person who makes a living at what they do, not just a few years and go-away, they keep on ticking, year after year.

Shonny is one of those real pros, it's what she does, and to do that, you have to have the mind set and the focus get the money.

Few understand the years and the focus it takes to stick to what you do! WN'er's care about their sports, they work just like WN, they are professionals at what they do. That's why they make a living at it! They don't go away!

Monday, June 25, 2012

Flavia Oliveira 3rd at Brazil National Championships

June 24, Elite Women Road Race: Rio das Ostras 77.6km

Ferreira Silva claims women's road championship

Cycling News
June 25, 17:57,
June 25, 17:58

Ferreira, Oliveira round out podium

Full Results
1Luciene Ferreira Silva1:49:53
2Camila Coelho Ferreira
3Flavia Maria Cardoso Oliveira WN 5/29/2012
4Ana Paula Polegatch
5Marcia Fernandes Silva
6Uenia Fernandes Souza
7Danilas Ferreira Silva
8Gimena Coneti Stocco
9Maira Nogueira Murakami
10Karen Andresa Stroparo

Flavia Oliveira only got her new fit 5/29/2012. For her to stand on the podium #3 less than a month on the fit at Brazil National Championships is a big deal. Congrats Flavia, thanks for listening and your great results.

When's the last time you stood on a National Podium. Perhaps we can help?

While here in Boise, ID, WN gave her a new name! AKA "Pop-corn" she's all of 95 pounds at 5'2".

She has real pop (e.g. Brazil Nats 3rd).

Team Exergy's Ben Chaddock WN's Canada Nat. Road Champpionships

Someone will read this and say whatever! We will be attacked, and they will say, we can do what they do, we just use the plumb-line, etc...!

This is a tough job, you better have thick skin, when you obtain success, someone will express an unfavorable opinion of the professionals who conduct the WN CAD or the science we have used to fit and teach.

WN has professionals involved with helping people move better! Real science is required to evaluate movement qualitatively based on performances. But also precise quantitative information about performance, the use of real measuring devices is necessary.

Real science like biomechanics, kinesiology, understanding of the spine and extremities help solve movement improvement, in uncovering answers to human performance. This is not to get you to a functional point, this is much more than hanging a plumb line from the knee.

Fact is a fit concerns the skeletal system, the muscular system, the motor learning and control, neurophysiology, engineering, physics, exercise physiology all enhance the outcome of years of research. We have been doing this since 1999 and the records speak profoundly to the vast depth of mind of critics. Real R&D, real science makes a difference.

There are 3 types of R&D.

1) Descriptive study provides info on what is happening in a performance, linked to the status report.

2) An experimental study ID's the variables in a performance, where data is used in research of the hypothesis.

3) Then you have theoretical, best when, based on Newton's laws (e.g. movements, masses, forces) that are realistic values. Theoretical models are refined and validated, use for computer simulation of a given movement task of performance.

Then you have the human mind, and only when it wants to drink the water, does it! Ben started drinking in WN 2011!

Exergy shows domination at Canadian Criterium Championships! by Team Exergy

Whistler's Team Exergy/WN user Ben Chaddock has earned many names, aka Mighty Mouse, Thunder Thighs WN's his first professional title in 2012. Rhae Shaw also wins for our sister team Exergy Twenty12.

No easy task, they race hard in Canada, this is no small thing, we are just pleased, regarding the top pic from Ben, teaching horses to read in 2011 has paid off in 2012.

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Tour de Beauce - Exergy's Cooke 5th GC.

Final general classification
1Rory Sutherland (Aus) Unitedhealthcare Pro Cycling Team19:07:19
2Hugo Houle (Can) Spidertech p/b C100:00:19
3Christian Meier (Can) Équipe Nationale Du Canada0:00:43
4Svein Tuft (Can) Équipe Nationale Du Canada0:01:06
5Mattew Cooke (USA) Exergy0:01:07
6Marc De Maar (Aho) Unitedhealthcare Pro Cycling Team0:01:12
7Francisco Mancebo (Spa) Competitive Cyclist Racing Team0:01:17
8Ryan Roth (Can) Spidertech p/b C100:01:29
9Sebastien Salas (Can) Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies0:01:31
10Rob Britton (Can) H&R Block0:01:38