Friday, April 27, 2007

Competition can't keep up, so they bad-mouth!

There is an old saying "In business, if someone is bad mouthing something - they are looked at as bad business! Walk away, as that is all they have, their mouth".

Boise's racers just came back from a race in the eastern part of Washington . They took every spot at the top pro. Everyone of the racers has had a Wobble-naught fit.

Remi McManus who won the crit, called and said, "Dude! Look at, I am doing what the Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish pointed out and you can see it! It got me the win!"

Why are so many of the professional cyclists, both men and women, in all events, using our systems for biomechanic feedback? Everywhere you look, there is a sizing system. Because it has changed their game, that is making a difference. Why are some of the top coaches asking their top guns to use our Wobble-naught CAD, then the Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish telemetry biofeedback? Results!

Anyone can claim anything, then bad-mouth something. We take our game to the race track every weekend and we let the results show the trends. The race and the results are the "END ALL". Today you can't just go someones claims and experience, you need the facts on every part of the stroke and we can show you what you need to work on. Software is here to stay and that has hurt many who want to be specialists in bike fitting. Just the facts please! And no two people are the same.

We are partners with Noraxon, the world leader in EMG technology and Dartfish software. As Victor Bergonzoli, CEO of Dartfish, said:" I would hate to have to compete with what we are doing. Software is changing the way we teach people to move and the results show it." Victor also pointed out that we are only a few weeks away from the 4.5 that is needed for the Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish. Sebastien Dubuis of Dartfish is headed to Europe to oversee the final touches for what will be the strongest myth-buster in sports!

Without this high technology, you are going to have to put your ear on the old iron horse rails to attempt to make sense of it. Things have! It is so funny that the biggest bad-mouthing comes from those who have approached us in the past, trying to become dealers. We will not place dealers on top of each other, so the only thing they can do is to rally the tribe.

Be careful of what you hear and do your homework. It has been pointed out from our dealers, they hear the bad-mouthing, but people just keep coming! As an MD of Sports Medicine once said, "If you have the software, providing the facts, you take away the need of human voices 'to tell you what they think'! Ha!"

Again, there is a lot of pushing and shoving going on in bike fitting! Anyone can proclaim they know what you need, working by eye, and based on their experience. We just let the results do the talking. If their ideas are what they say they are, why are are our guys and gals doing so well?

A few facts!

Navigators' Glen Chadwick won the overall most aggressive rider's jersey after he repeatedly attacked the field. His director, Ed Beamon, commented on the team's equal playing field. "I think there was a really strong showing amongst all of the teams here, not just the domestic teams," Beamon said.

Other notable results came from Health Net's Ryder Hesjedal who won the KOM competition.

What's in your game?

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