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I am curious as to others approach to this. And the traffic on this forum makes me sad.

I tell clients not to work out the day of the fit and that the fit itself will be some hard work around threshold, but nothing too crazy. I dial up to threshold or maybe a little more for seat height and drop adjustments.

How do you use intensity during your fits? How do you change the it when you are doing seat height changes compared to cockpit changes for instance?

How 'hard' do you advise your clients they might be working during the fit? How much time are you having them ride at threshold at one time? Overall? Anyone have them going over threshold for extended periods?

Do you tell clients not to work out before their fits? Do you provide towels for all the perspiration this intensity produces?

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