By Kristen Gross (Team Ninja)

I mean really fit.

Because let me tell you, there’s a lot more to it than a couple measurements and turns of the allen keys.

I haven’t had a fit in a few years, and with a nagging pain in my left knee I thought it would be best to call in the pros. After listening to Aaron passionately discuss saddle heights and pedal mechanics at the weekly Fiesta Island workouts, I picked up the phone.

We set up an appointment and down the rabbit hole I went. Here’s what you need to know if a fit is in your future:IMG_3746

So in sum, going to an appointment for your bike fit is a fun-filled afternoon of medium sweating, moving around, riding indoors and out. Be prepared. For example, I was all of a sudden wishing I’d waited to do my intervals AFTER the appointment because even the small amount of soreness I was carrying was distracting when Aaron asked me how things were feeling. I wanted to be able to better isolate what was a problem, and what just needed a little stretching.

In the days since, I’ve been working on that proper pedalling and body position Aaron taught me. Things are settling in, I’m starting to feel pretty darn good, and Aaron has already texted me twice to check in with how things are going. You see, I also learned a proper fit is not a one time thing. It takes a little tweaking and 2013-10-01 08.21.51 amrefining to get truly dialled in. I have really appreciated Aaron’s attentiveness, dedication and his clearly-demonstrated love of what he does and how he helps his clients.

You can find out more about Aaron and Inner Strength Fitt Lab Training Systems here. I highly recommend it!

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