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Learn from a legend! Trim seconds off your time, train more efficiently, or simply maximize your fitness workouts with Mastering Cycling. John Howard, three-time Olympian and 18-time national masters cycling champion, has created the ultimate cycling guide for serious riders, triathletes, and masters athletes. Cyclists from 18 to 88 will benefit from the targeted approach that covers these essentials: Technique instruction and refinement for cornering, climbing, and descending Workout plans for fitness and competition Training for road races, time trials, and triathlons Strategies that will shave seconds from your times In addition, Mastering Cyclingguides you in equipment selection, event-specific training, motivational strategies, nutrition, hydration, and selecting cycling clubs, coaches, and competitive events. With such comprehensive coverage, it is the one resource you'll turn to time and time again for a lifetime of serious cycling.
Table of Contents
|The Masters Cyclist||p. 1|
|Same Sport, New Challenges||p. 11|
|Essential Bike Setup||p. 33|
|Training off the Bike||p. 45|
|Training Indoors on the Bike||p. 71|
|Perfecting Bike-Handling Skills||p. 81|
|Planning a Performance Diet||p. 101|
|Preparing to Race||p. 117|
|Strategies for Every Event||p. 133|
|Dealing With Injuries and Setbacks||p. 153|
|About the Author||p. 183|
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