Measure Training Progress – Made Easy!
I’ve found that a really easy way to measure the progress we’re making in our training is to look at the output/input ratio that’s being generated by each workout. I thank Joe Friel for writing about this in his recent blogs, especially since it’s a relatively simple and “low tech” method. I’ve been using this myself in my recent training and find it pretty valuable, but as with everything, it has its limitations.
Climbing Hills – Technique and Tactics
Climbing Hills- Technique and Tactics
By Chuck Graziano, Inspired Performance Multisports
Anatomy of Cycling
Cycling uses all of the muscle groups of the body, despite common perception that the legs are the only important muscle groups to focus on.
Heart Rate Zones and Perceived Exertion Table
Training Intensity Levels
Rating of Perceived Exertion