The Cyclist's Training Bible

The Cyclist's Training Bible
By Joe Friel
Publisher: VeloPress; 3rd edition | 2003 | 288 Pages | ISBN: 1931382212 | File type: PDF | 23.1 mb

"Periodization," nutrition, stretching, peakingwho knew that so much went into riding a bike? Joe Friel's The Cyclist's Training Bible is jam-packed with information, easily the most authoritative book on cycling to date. Friel, a lauded coach and masters athlete from Colorado, adopts the principles of Dr. Tudor Bompa, whose periodization training methods were used first by the dominant Eastern European athletes of the 1960s before becoming popular in the United States.


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