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We can’t always ride outdoors, and as much as we may dislike riding our indoor trainer, it is necessary to do so when you can’t get out and ride. This eBook describes the reasons why you should consider training indoors, the types of indoor training and trainers available and provides a guide for developing indoor workouts. This eBook contains 50 indoor workouts covering leg speed, threshold, endurdance, anaerobic intervals and even strength and power.
As the title suggests, this eBook contains 101 workouts to help you become a better cyclist. Workouts cover the range from endurance, aerobic and anaerobic fitness, leg speed, strength, power and sprinting. It also covers gym workouts and other forms of compatible cross-training.
Competitive Cyclist Annual Training Plan
365 day’s worth of training plans for the competitive cyclist. This plan hits all aspects of fitness including base conditioning, strength training, aerobic and anaerobic workouts, leg speed, power and recovery workouts. Comes with a manual, ‘How To Use a Training Plan’ to help you modify this plan for your situation.
Recreational Cyclist Annual Training Plan
365 day’s worth of training plans for the recreational and touring cyclist. This plan emphasizes endurance, strength and aerobic conditioning workouts, with a few anaerobic with a few anaerobic, leg speed and recovery workouts. Comes with a manual, ‘How To Use a Training Plan’ to help you modify this plan for your situation.
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