Premiummadrid, prologue to the concentration of the Kometa Cycling Team in Oliva Nova
As a prelude to the concentration that will take place at the Oliva Nova Beach & Golf Resort in Oliva (Valencia) from this Wednesday 30 January, and after the previous visit of several of the members of the squad during last December, the staff of the U23 team of the Fundación Alberto Contador returned to the facilities of Premiummadrid in Pozuelo de Alarcón (Madrid) to undergo an exhaustive cardiological and ergometric review.
The Balearic Joan Martí Bennassar, on Monday, was the first of the riders to undergo different medical tests to monitor their heart health. The cyclist from Marratxí will be the only rider who will not be present in this new concentration in Oliva Nova due to his call by the Spanish Cycling Federation (RFEC) to take part in the Challenge of Mallorca, which takes place between 31 January and 3 February. After this call, the cyclist will not miss the presentation of the squads, at noon this coming Monday February 4.
“We have submitted ourselves to a control of the functioning of our heart and a test of effort more linked to health, although it did have a reference to watts and so on. This review is a good opportunity to learn more and be interested in these issues, “says the Mallorcan runner. “Now they play the four stages of the Challenge, where I’m going to enjoy and learn,” he says.
Founded in 2008 by Sergio Vázquez and Álvaro Guerrero, and an ally of the Alberto Contador Foundation and its sports structures since this season, Premiummadrid Global Health Care has become a reference in the sector in just a decade thanks to its four medical and rehabilitation centres distributed throughout the Community of Madrid (Fuenlabrada, Pozuelo de Alarcón and two in the capital) and its two sports centres (Viña Fitness, San Sebastián de los Reyes; Piscinas M86, Madrid). More than 1,000 patients pass every day through facilities where more than a hundred professionals go about recovering from their ailments, preventing injuries and optimising their performance.
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