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Tackling the Hills

Cycling Science

Human Kinetics, 2017

Ebook

2

...Climbing hills and mountains is both feared and loved by cyclists, often at the same time. Climbing ability can determine the outcome of many races and remains a central part of competitions around the world, such as the Tour de France...

Road Racing

Cycling Science

Human Kinetics, 2017

Ebook

2

...Winning a bicycle race is always a challenge. The description of bicycle racing as chess on wheels applies to nearly every race, and smart tacticians are always thinking one move ahead. A rider might race in 30 to 40 races and finally get...

Using a Power Meter

Cycling Science

Human Kinetics, 2017

Ebook

3

... Adapted, by permission, from H. Allen and A. Coggan, 2010, Training and racing with a power meter, 2nd ed. (Boulder, CO: VeloPress), 49. Because more cyclists are using power meters, the need has clearly developed for power-based training...

Triathlon Training Technologies

Triathlon Science

Human Kinetics, 2013

Ebook

3

... determine power training levels. The power training levels are anchored on the triathlete’s FTP; level 4 (in the middle of the 7 levels) is defined at 91 to 105 percent of FTP. (Coggan, and Allen 2009) With FTP as 100 percent, the rest...