Tuesday, January 10, 2012
We are a few days into training camp here in Hong Kong and are packing up the team for our next leg of the trip in Beijing. We all are having a great time mixing cultures from Asia, Europe and the US. We had a Great team building exercise learning the dance of the dragon yesterday. For me it has been fantastic to learn about this great culture and all of its traditions. Looking forward to getting the team issued there RestWise device for recovery management in a few days and teaching the team about all of my advanced Recovery Technique. This post is from my phone so forgive me for any mistakes..
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
World's First Asian-based Professional Continental
Team name's Dr. Rosa Team Chiropractor and
The new year brings a new cycling team that has asked me to work with them utilizing my state of the art recovery techingues to help their athletes recover faster and train harder. One of my primary tools will be the use of RestWise a monitoring system that uses physiological markers to help monitor the the athletes from any location that has internet access. I am looking forward to meeting everyone on the team this weekend in China.
Champion System, a leader in custom technical apparel, is proud to launch a new UCI Professional Continental Team registered in the People's Republic of China (PRC) in the 2012 season.
This 18-25 member team will be the first Asian-based UCI Professional Continental Team featuring Asia's best cyclists on an international roster. The team will be composed of top riders from China & Asia as well as experienced European & Anglo professionals.
One of the primary goals of the team is to allow Asia's top cyclists to compete at the highest level of the sport. Until now opportunities for Asian racers to compete in major international competitions have been rare. Champion System Pro Cycling Team will now pave the way. We are convinced Asian racers have the potential to be competitive in international premier races if given the opportunity.
Besides racing in the major UCI tours in Asia, the team will also compete in professional tours in Europe and the U.S. with the goal to develop Asian-based World and Olympic champions.