A light bike doesn't replace good fitness.
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I was looking for a good book or online resource that offers some good training routines that build your power. Anyone have some suggestions?
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Theres a thread in the training section called "training routines" wich is a good database. Otherwise, the workout appendice in "Training and racing with a powermeter" might be handy
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Also, if you narrow it down a bit you'll be able to find plenty of useful information...just looking for a training routine to build your power is too broad...what kind of power gains are you looking to achieve aerobic/anaerobic/max
? When you figure that out just plug it into google, and you'll have tons of info right in front of you.
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training4cyclists.com is a pretty cool, basic resource with a lot of useful information. Base Training for Cyclists is good, too.
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Greg Lemonds Complete Book of Cycling... hands down the best.
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