Whether its splashing water on your face, or applying a myriad of different lotions and potions, most of us have a skincare routine of some kind. For all the effort that goes in, it’s prudent to consider what products may be most appropriate for when we are out and about adventuring.
CWRB sat down with Randall Cooper, a specialist sports physiotherapist and Founder of Premax Performance Skincare to chat about skincare, cycling, and the difference between men’s and women’s products.
One of the most common questions we get asked is around what to do about a soreness down there. Aside from conditioning, here are Kate Bates's top tips this week to alleviate sit bone soreness.
One of the most common questions we get asked is around what to do about a soreness 'down there'. First thing's first: if your discomfort involves soft tissue pain or numbness in the front - that is to say NOT your sit bones, but your genital area - you'll need an adjustment of your seat angle, height, fore/aft or the width/shape of the seat itself, because that is not normal, nor is it something you should put up with. Also, as a disclaimer, it isn’t unusual to find a change in shape or size of your, erm, soft bits, when...