fueled by medAge, The Science of Peak Performance
Analysis of biometric data collected over the past several weeks has allowed medAge to design customized training plans for Jake Lewis and Nick McFadden, both slated to compete in the 2017 MotoAmerica road racing series.
“I am really looking forward to working with the whole medAge (athletic development) program in the upcoming 2017 season,” states McFadden who plans to compete on a Superstock 600. “They have all been wonderful to work with, and I believe with the tools they are giving me I will be able to perform at a new level both mentally and physically and achieve some great results next year.”
Using bio-and neuro-feedback, both riders are gaining greater focus and taking their training to new levels.
According to Suzuki factory supported rider Jake Lewis, “medAge is preparing me for the 2017 season by helping me make the most of on and off track training. Improvement in my strength and flexibility is already making a difference in my performance.” Lewis adds, “I really like waking up in the mornings not having to worry about what I’m going to do and I feel like having a set schedule will make a big difference.”