Honestly ... no, I didn't have a bike fit. Well not from someone else, but the various articles Steve Hogg has online have been helpful.
I am not even a serious rider, and only doing a handful fun races (mostly of the uphill variety) every year. But I like to tinker with the gear and the training and don't mind riding in short repeated loops (intervals) when time is tight (which it always is).
If we must delve into the topic of fit, I am quite skeptical of the "one fit to rule it all" approach. A rider changes a lot over the years, especially at my moderate fitness level. It only seems natural to me, that riding position develops too. When a position feels right, that's a good start. And from there, one can work on being able to ride faster, longer, by improving both the ability to crank the pedals, and to hold a good position. In my humble opinion, "fit" can (should) be trained just as well as "fitness".
PS: I should probably just continue following what boysa said, and consciously work on my pedaling when climbing. Showing good progress already. Thanks everyone for weighing in.
PPS: Yes I often am one of those guys who has to "fall on his face" (as we say here, means "find out for himself") over taking advice. But isn't that the point of a hobby anyway.
Bikes: Raw Ti
, 650b flatbar CX