Maximum Performance for CyclistsBook - 2005
In cycling, the changes the body undergoes while training is called the training effect. This book, written by a race physician and licensed United States Cycling Federation coach, shows cyclists how to achieve better results and speedier recovery times by causing physiological changes that maximize this effect. Through the use of scientifically proven methods, traditional workout routines are taken to a new level, helping readers reach more stringent training goals. Readers learn how to develop and follow a training plan tailored to their own unique physical needs, leading to greater endurance and enhanced all-around performance.
Publisher: Boulder, CO : VeloPress, c2005
Branch Call Number: 796.6 ROS
Characteristics: xi, 211 p. : ill. ; 23 cm