I did a professional bike fit in April to solve my saddle soreness and rising knee pain - worked great, both gone.
After now four months I got diagnosed with an inflammated left shoulder, but also the right shoulder feels sore.
Could the reason be my more forward oriented “new” seating position on the bike?
In any case the doc advised me possibly not to ride the bike in this position for at least six weeks as all this threatens to become a chronical issue.
I am now quite disappointed - is that really necessary, any ideas how I can continue to workout on the bike anyway? Maybe just indoors on rollers?
Or: In case of really pausing completely. How much will that harm my bike fitness? He suggested to concentrate on light resistance indoor rowing, special workouts with (easy) weightlifting and stretching, and running (the later I hate).
Any suggestions how to pause (if necessary) and still work on my fitness?
I probably will have to redo the bike fit I guess, or is there a way to erase the pressure to the shoulder and not change my seating and knee position?