testing for cyclists
One of the most common measures that cyclists will strive to maximize is their power-to-weight ratio (PWR). Your PWR is the amount of power that can be produced in relation to your body weight, and this usually expressed in watts per kilogram.
Whilst a structured training programme will go a long way to enhance your power output, understanding your body composition can play a significant role in improving your power-to-weight ratio, and your overall cycling performance.
Our cycling-based testing programme enables athletes to get a deeper understanding of their physiology to take their performance to the next level. While most cyclists are keen to use data to drive their performance, most of this data is based on predicted formulas. At the Pro Sport Lab, we take all the guess work out of the equation and give you clear scientific data.