Founded by Greg Choat, BikeBody Balance is the evolution of 40 years of competitive experience, education & application of science in exercise & sport and the leading provider in the Las Vegas valley.
Greg is dedicated to improving sports performance in all types of athletes using evidence informed program design & cutting edge technology. With more than 30 years cycling coaching experience and more than 20 years bike fitting experience, he brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to every interaction to help make you the best version of yourself you can be.
Working with professional athletes from sports as diverse as UFC, Moto-X, Cycling, Triathlon, Tennis, BMX, Baseball & Badminton as well as amateurs & weekend warrior athletes from all walks of life and many people just wanting to move better and without pain.
Formally educated at AUT in New Zealand he has gone on to be certified as a Precision Nutrition Master Coach, USA Cycling Cat 1 Coach & Skills Instructor, FMS Functional Movement Specialist, & Russian Kettlebell Instructor.
Greg has maintained his 'Distinction' status with USA Cycling for the past 8 years showing his commitment to continuing education in the field. Each year his quest for knowledge in the human performance field see's him attending and speaking at conferences and continuing his education in his craft.
BikeBody Balance also offers consultancy services in the sports performance & sports technology development arena. Chat with us about your next project.
Unable to ride a bike or run following a back injury in 1999 he sought out professionals to help address his issues. Greg's journey took him to both eastern and western medical professionals, neurologists, kinesiologists, psychologists, chiropractors, physiotherapists, and some practitioner's who's style could not traditionally be described.
Not happy with the answers and methods he found, he looked to a wider range of human movement, performance and rehabilitation modalities with the goal of solving his own movement and pain issues.
His continuing quest for ways to maintain performance as we age and live a healthy and pain free life benefits his clients on a daily basis.
Now in his mid 50's, Greg is still competes in road cycling and mountain bike events. He also plays badminton International Masters competition. Winning 3 medals in the 2017 World Masters Games and US Masters titles in 2018, 2019 & 2022 in singles, men's doubles and mixed doubles.
When he's not riding his bike or on the court you can find him paddle boarding, hiking or canyoning in various destinations around the world.