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Velopress Cyclist's Training Bible

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For years cyclists have ascribed to Coach Joe Friel's scientific, self-coached training plans in order to refine their skills and improve their overall cycling performance. This new edition is substantially revised to incorporate the advances made in sports science and the additional miles Friel has logged in his coaching career. It's an ideal backbone for both power-based and heartrate-based training methodologies. Regardless of gender, age, or racing experience, you can create a plan specifically geared toward achieving your goals. Paperback. 8 1/2" x 11". 352 pp. Charts, tables, illustrations, and black-and-white photos.

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  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

If your new to racing and training pick up this book. Great information and really helps with understanding how a training plan should look. Its not your end all be all to training but covers the basic foundation.

Decent Guide for Self Coached Athletes

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This is a great guide for setting up a training program for yourself. I only wish it was more helpful in developing daily workouts. I feel like it gets you 90% there and then says good luck, you figure out the rest.

Agreed. Gives you the skeleton to design your own workout plan, but doesn't provide enough in the way of actual workouts for developing aerobic, muscular etc. Good place to start, but will take some initiative and further research to develop your own plan.