Training and Racing with a Power Meter

Training and Racing with a Power Meter

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Training with power means that you are utilising the latest tool in the cycling industry today in order to maximize your athletic potential.With every crank of the pedals, power meters can bring about improved performance for both cyclists and triathletes. But understanding how to use the technology is key. Here's the first book to fully explore the benefits and methodology of power-based training. Step-by-step instructions explain how to incorporate power into regular training, identify strengths and weaknesses, track progress throughout the season, and peak for the most important races."Training & Racing with a Power Meter" is for all power meter users or those thinking about taking the plunge. It can help the advanced users better understand their current power data and delve deeper into the numbers, while new users will find out the steps to take in order to better use their power meter. And if you don't own a power meter yet, let "Training & Racing with a Power Meter" be your guide to the products available with recommendations, installation notes and clear directions on how to interpret the data they provide.Authors Allen and Coggan explode the myth that power meter training is too complicated for the average cyclist. This title includes a thorough guide to help cyclists find the right power meter to suit their goals. Comprehensive illustrations explain key more

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  • Paperback | 248 pages
  • 152.4 x 226.06 x 15.24mm | 408.23g
  • Boulder, United States
  • English
  • comprehensive explanatory illustrations
  • 1931382794
  • 9781931382793
  • 347,443

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