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e-Book Training and Racing with a Power Meter download

e-Book Training and Racing with a Power Meter download

by Hunter Allen,M.D. Andrew Coggan

ISBN: 1931382794
ISBN13: 978-1931382793
Language: English
Publisher: VeloPress (January 24, 2006)
Pages: 224
Category: Individual Sports
Subategory: Sport

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Rating: 4.3
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Hunter Allen and Andrew Coggan are, without a doubt . Training & Racing with a Power Meter is packed with expertise and colorful visuals that will give you the skills you need to crack the code for converting power data into speed.

Hunter Allen and Andrew Coggan are, without a doubt, the most knowledgeable people on the planet when it comes to power meters. Joe Friel, world-recognized endurance sports coach and author of The Cyclist's Training Bible. HUNTER ALLEN is an elite-level cycling coach, former professional cyclist, USA Cycling instructor, and owner of the Peaks Coaching Group.

Hunter Allen and Andy Coggan, PhD have completely revised the book that made power meters understandable for amateur . 2-color charts and tables throughout.

Hunter Allen and Andy Coggan, PhD have completely revised the book that made power meters understandable for amateur and professional cyclists and triathletes. Power meters have become essential tools for competitive cyclists and triathletes. No training tool can unlock as much speed and endurance as a power meter-for those who understand how to interpret their data. Training and Racing with a Power Meter, will continue to be the definitive guide to the most important training tool ever developed for endurance sports. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

The book includes cogent case studies, sample power workouts, and a chapter on the future of training and racing with these indispensable devices. Издательство: VeloPress.

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is the co-author and cycling scientist behind Training and Racing with a Power Meter. Andrew R. Coggan, P. is an internationally recognized exercise physiologist. He has published numerous scientific articles on a diverse range of topics, including the effects of carbohydrates on cycling performance, the physiological adaptations to endurance training, and the effects of aging on muscle metabolism during exercise.

Hunter Allen and Andy Coggan, PhD have completely revised the book that made power meters understandable . 2-color charts and tables throughout

Hunter Allen and Andy Coggan, PhD have completely revised the book that made power meters understandable for amateur and professional cyclists and triathletes.

Hunter Allen, Andrew R. Coggan, Stephen McGregor. Training and Racing with a Power Meter brings the advanced power-based training techniques of elite cyclists and triathletes to everyone. A power meter can unlock more speed and endurance than any other training tool-but only if you understand the data.

About Training and Racing with a Power Meter. Beginners to power based training

About Training and Racing with a Power Meter. Beginners to power based training. Advanced users of power meters. How to do a proper FTP-test, and where people get it wrong.

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Power meters are rapidly becoming an invaluable part of training and racing among professional cyclists and triathletes, amateurs looking for a competitive edge, and gear fiends. For coaches and athletes, these devices offer enormous potential for targeting and timing training to realize a rider's goals. Yet few athletes or coaches understand how to interpret the data for optimal results, and few cycling resources do more than mention the possibility of wattage training. Training and Racing with a Power Meter decrypts the layers of information and explains how to begin a program that effectively integrates power. Hunter Allen and Andrew Coggan have conducted extensive research and consulted with manufacturers to deliver the most sophisticated and scientific approach to training on the market, allowing riders to tap every last watt of power. The book includes cogent case studies, sample power workouts, and a chapter on the future of training and racing with these soon-to-be indispensable devices.
Comments:
hulk
This book is a bit dated, but it is still an excellent read if you are new to training with a power meter. Even thought this book covers some racing information, it is specific to how to use power meter data to train. It does push you in the direction of the authors' training tools (i.e., Training Peaks, WKO), but I can't really fault them for that. I use Training Peaks and this book is almost like a manual for how to use the website, as well as interpret the data. It provides a whole lot of workouts for different needs: anaerobic, aerobic, VO2, threshold, etc., which are nice when you are just getting started. If you have just bought your first power meter, if you don't do some reading on how to use it to train, you have probably spent a lot of money for no real return other than a new number on your head unit dash. I would highly recommend this book as a place to start learning how to use that new toy to push you to new levels of performance.

Owomed
Gold standard book of power-based training. You'll get the most from this guide by devoting the time to read it fully and take notes as you go. Covers all aspects of power-based training and is fully referenced with supporting peer-reviewed research. Pushes using the TrainingPeaks website and WKO+ very heavily, both are good resources. If you're looking for a less expensive alternative, consider using the open-source Golden Cheetah program, which provides nearly all of the charts and metrics that are in WKO+, and a few that it doesn't have, like the Chung Aerolab (simple way of measuring your CdA and Crr), and Veloclinic Plots (alternative representation of the critical power chart). This book is required reading by anyone who wants to optimize their training.

Tygrafym
Very detailed, which was great, reading it as a sport physiologist, yet applicable and explained well enough that any cyclist can use the tools therein immediately. Authors might have stepped outside their box a little when attempting to make their case that traditional weightlifting and strength training isn't beneficial for cyclists. I'll forgive them. That wasn't the point of the book, and I think they provided great rational and useful tools to guide power meter use and interpretation for every facet of cycling, from training plan design, to single workout analysis and even intra-race decision making. Great book.

Gaxaisvem
I bought an SRM before I bought this book and I could quickly see that it would transform the way I train. However I felt like I lacked in a lot of areas "how can I analyze the data?", "how can I build a training system?", "what are my strengths?". I had already read Joe Friel's book which is great for basic training and periodization but does not go into that much depth on how to actually use a power meter. A power meter is a complex tool and if you don't know how to use it won't benefit you that much. This book tells you how to use the power meter to figure out what kind of rider you are, find your weaknesses, very good suggested exercises and teaches you how to use the tools to their full extent. Combined with Joe's book you end up with an amazing combination. The only complaint I have about it is their focus on how great WKO+ is (a software they develop), however if you've read this book you'll know enough to be able to use any other software (I personally use Golden Cheetah). I'd recommend a power meter to any serious cyclist and without this book getting a power meter is a waste of money. The Cyclist's Training Bible

Thetalune
I would say this book is like a bible of power meter. All sorts of information on both tech (power meter device itself) and training (examples, charts, training samples).
It is certainly overwhelming for a novice to power meter training, but you can find everything you need to know in this book.

sunrise bird
This book is clearly written for those of us who like to use quantitative results–numbers–to motivate and guide our training. That said, I feel it can be a valuable learning resource even if you aren’t planning on using a power meter.

Athletes need a schema, a way of looking at the process of building physical capacity to judge what next steps would benefit our development. The lens you use to view your workouts might be based on heart rate, perceived effort or power generated. This book lays a foundation based on power, but still adds a deeper understanding to heart rate and perceived effort training.

I was impressed that there was real value if you just scanned it, read the text without trying to interrupt the charts, or studied the texts, examples and charts carefully. Each time I have gone through it I have seen increased benefit from my training time. It always helps me feel more grounded and motivated to approach my bike training with an eye to creating results that fit my goals and strengths.

Even though I don’t race, it has also motivated me to get a power meter to improve my times in distance events.

Zorve
Just like the other reviewers stated, this book is great. It has more info than you will ever be able to use. I have taken some specific workouts and put them in my routine and have been very happy. I'm a Cat 3 and can't wait to try some more of the workouts to push it to the next level.

It's pretty technical. It's a good book, and I've yet to finish it, but it is very technical and might be a bit over my head for some points. Either way, if it doesn't make sense now, it will be a good book to "grow" with during my education of power meters, because I'm sure at some point the information will become relevant and beneficial . I would recommend it.

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