Fitness Cycling PDF
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From customized workouts to authoritative advice, Fitness Cycling provides the most effective workouts for achieving peak physical conditioning. As a cyclist and physician for one of the sport’s leading teams, author Shannon Sovndal provides a detailed approach to cycling that will help you increase strength, speed, stamina, and overall fitness.
Fitness Cycling features 56 workouts based on specific aspects of riding, such as base building, interval training, sprint and hill climbing, and time trialing. Each workout is color coded for intensity level, so you can create a targeted program based on your goal, current fitness level, and cycling experience.
With recommendations, advice, and professional insights on riding techniques, goal setting, training concepts, recovery, and preventing common cycling injuries, Fitness Cycling is the one training guide you’ll turn to again and again for a lifetime of cycling workouts.
Chapter 1 Setting Cycling Fitness Goals
Chapter 2 Understanding Training Concepts
Chapter 3 Measuring Cycling Fitness
Chapter 4 Understanding Training Workload and Zones
Chapter 5 Planning Your Program
Chapter 6 Base-Building Workouts
Chapter 7 Interval Workouts for Flat or Varied Terrain
Chapter 8 Hill Workouts
Chapter 9 Time Trial Workouts
Chapter 10 Sprint Workouts
Chapter 11 Stationary Bike Workouts
Chapter 12 Off-Season Workouts
Chapter 13 Equipping Yourself
Chapter 14 Refining Bike Fit and Riding Techniques
Chapter 15 Dealing With Common Cycling Problems
“The best training program is one that engages you with variety and ultimately ensures that you improve. Shannon shows you how to mix it up, have fun, and go faster with Fitness Cycling."
Connie Carpenter-- 1984 Olympic Gold Medalist
"Fitness Cycling is an excellent tool for learning the basics of cycling and for applying a variety of workouts and concepts toward attaining your cycling goals. Sovndal truly hits on the principles that matter."
Timmy Duggan-- Liquigas-Cannondale Pro Cycling Team
Exercises to improve bike-handling skills
Use training zones to achieve your best workout
Using cycling to lose weight
Fitness Cycling - Personal Training Zones and Blank Training Logs
This book would be fine for the average person looking to get into cycling to improve overall fitness. But not for coaches who want to integrate cycling in a fitness program. The workouts are not examples for how to effectively program intervals, sprints, hill climbs, etc. But actual workouts with names like "Full gas" and "Jumpy." Again, that's fine for the average person needing ideas. But I expected a book for coaches on Human Kinetics.