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Posted October 24, 2006
If you want to learn cycling, come here
Chris covers the entire gamut of cycling from a road cycling point of view. I've been riding for many years and have had things work and not work. The way the workouts and their sequencing is presented takes care of any doubt the rider may have on doing the right thing. I'm not saying that they are rigid but if the self-coached athlete has any doubt of his ability to interpret what is given, being rigid with the concepts works very well. I have to tell you that some of those workouts will require you to tilt your bike a lot in order to dismount. I have been really toasted on numerous occassions. Great work Chris, thanks.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 25, 2003
In Plane English
I've trained with CTS for two years. During that time one of my biggest frustrations was the ability to grasp an understanding of some of the technical aspects of the program. This book is an excellent supplement to the training manual of the CTS system. It puts the program into perspective and guides you through each phase of training in understandable terms. I would highly recommend this book to anybody. I have also been able to apply some of the principles to my everyday life with a little bit of initiative.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.