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Tag Archives: Professional Cyclists
VO2 is a good predictor of what a rider can deliver. Once motivation, pain threshold and other factors are added to the equation that value becomes obsolete. So don’t get to hung up on these numbers. Here’s a list of … Continue reading
Fatigue Forensic: What really slow you down! Traditionally, cyclists have viewed fatigue as an inescapably muscular event – a situation in which muscles are simply unable to function with a desired level of force production. However, new research indicates that … Continue reading
Here are a few little tips to improve your recovery after training hard. At the end of your workout slow down to a Low Intensity. Don’t stop but ease down in your effort and allow lactic acid to clear. In cold … Continue reading
Improved VO2max and time trial performance with more high aerobic intensity interval training and reduced training volume; a case study on an elite national cyclist.
This study results could be interesting to those of you who like to compliment their training with some running particularly in the wet and cold months of the year. 1Telemark University College, Department of Sport and Outdoor Life Studies. NO-3800 Bø, Norway; … Continue reading
Strength Training on the Bike Over the years there has been numerous discussion regarding strength training for the cyclist. Some advise the weights room, some advise plyometrics and some advise on the bike strength training. Today I’m going to outline … Continue reading
Ivan Basso profile Born: November 26th, 1977 Height: 6’0″ (1.83m) Weight: 154lbs (70kg) Max distance recorded in May of 3491km with a total of 15941km. Training since Dec. Max climbing of 51995m in April with 42511 in May. Max … Continue reading