AdvertisementPhysio BikeFit Level 2
Our L2 course is the perfect extension to the L1 course you have previously undertaken. Whilst L1 gives the basic tools to assess the body and the bike in cycling, allowing you to initiate the development of your Physio BikeFit practice, L2 begins to drill down to more complex analysis and assessment of BikeFit related components.
A review of the L1 content initiates the L2, with a practice and discussion of the basic BikeFit. We then address the contact points looking at the evidence base around their assessment and management, the biomechanics and functional anatomy that may influence, and finish with a clear mechanism for decision making in fitting at the (a) seat, (b) pedals/shoes and (c) bars. We look at different bike styles and related fit, and most importantly develop our problem solving ability in Physio BikeFit.
Designed to progress you to the next stage and give you confidence in your management of cyclists and cycling injury.
Take your career to the next level with our new course. Held in person. This course will introduce new material and build on skills developed in Level 1.
Certification credits from the International Bike Fitting Institute apply. APA PD points apply.
2 day in-person course.
A PDF & hard copy of the L3-4 manual.
A review of your L1-2 basics.
Access to the L1-2 online course - regardless of when you undertook L1-2.
Mainly hands-on practical components & problem solving.
Take home knowledge of saddle, shoe and bars interface Bikefit.
To complete L1 and 2 as one unit - you will need to:
1. Complete the L1 lectures in order
2. Complete workshops 1 & 2 – either live or recorded*
3. Attend the in person 2 day L2 course in Amsterdam or Girona
4. Complete the L 2 quiz and feedback form
5. On successful completion we will issue you a Physiosports Physio Bikefit Level 1-2 certificate
*If you choose to watch a recorded session you are still welcome to attend the live workshop.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
de Roos, Pieter Cornelisz Hooftstraat 183,Amsterdam, Netherlands