The Cyclist's Training Manual is the definitive guide to fitness for cycling, suitable for everyone from complete beginners looking to build fitness for their first charity event through to experienced cyclists looking to improve competitive performance. Starting with the basic components of fitness, this step-by-step handbook then guides you through everything you need to know to train and compete at your best, including how to organise your training, training methods, nutrition, health and how to avoid the most common cycling injuries. It also provides specialised training programmes and techniques for all cycling disciplines, such as road racing, time trials, mountain biking, sprint rides and challenge rides, as well as specific advice for novices, juniors, women and veterans. Quotes, tips and QaA sessions from leading cyclists and team coaches are also featured.Lance Armstrong (Tour winner 1999-2005) and his rival Jan Ullrich (Tour winner in 1997 and with arguably more claim to the title of a#39;eternal seconda#39; than Raymond Poulidor) are both over 70kg (154lb). Perhaps the largest rider in the currentanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Cyclist's Training Manual|
|Author||:||Guy Andrews, Simon Doughty|
|Publisher||:||A&C Black - 2013-06-30|