Training and Racing with a Power Meter - 1st Edition
A power meter can improve your performance with every crank of your pedals. But do you know how to make your power meter work for you?
Training & Racing with a Power Meter will help you make the most of your training program. Track your workouts, target your weaknesses, and time your peak performance. Sample graphs and easy-to-digest information show you the numbers you will need to win climbs, sprints, time trials, and stage races.
Training & Racing with a Power Meter is for all power meter users or those thinking about taking the plunge. It can help the advanced users better understand their current power data and delve deeper into the numbers, while new users will learn the steps to take in order to better use their power meter. And if you don't own a power meter yet, let Training & Racing with a Power Meter be your guide to the products available with recommendations, installation notes, and clear directions on how to interpret the data they provide. It's all in the numbers. Training & Racing with a Power Meter gives you the ones you need to win.
Hunter Allenis a USA Cycling Level 1 Cycling Coach, owner of the Peaks Coaching Group, and former professional cyclist with the Navigators Team. He has been coaching endurance athletes of varied experience levels since 1995. His athletes have achieved more than 600 victories, including numerous national championship titles and medals. Hunter is considered a world authority on training with power meters. He has gained many years of experience in their usage as a training tool, having studied over 3000 power meter files and has furthered the capabilities of power meter software based on this analysis. Hunter taught the first official power meter certification course to USA Cycling coaches in December 2005, along with his coauthor Dr. Andrew Coggan.
Andrew Coggan, PhD, is an internationally renowned exercise physiologist. Coggan has published numerous scientific articles on a diverse range of topics, including the effects of carbohydrates on cycling performance, physiological adaptations to endurance training, and the effects of aging on muscle metabolism during exercise. A national-caliber masters cyclist, Coggan is also widely recognized as one of the leading experts on the use of power meters in training.
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