Workouts in a Binder for Indoor Cycling

Workouts in a Binder for Indoor Cycling

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Workouts in a Binder for Indoor Cycling by Dirk Friel, Wes Hobson

Be honest: trainers are no fun. But on days when you’re short on time or the weather is just unbearable, a trainer or spin bike means staying on track, maintaining your hard-earned fitness, and putting the hurt on your competitors in the early season.

Workouts in a Binder® for Indoor Cycling makes indoor rides more interesting and much more effective than simply spinning through TV re-runs.

This sweatproof book offers 60 workouts from USA Cycling coach and former pro cyclist Dirk Friel and Wes Hobson, ITU medalist and USOC Triathlete of the year. Each workout is designed to produce a specific training effect from Joe Friel’s Training Bible approach: Endurance, Force, Speed Skills, Muscular Endurance, Anaerobic Endurance, and Power. You can use a power meter, heart rate monitor, or perceived exertion to make sure you’re in the right zone for each workout. Pepper these workouts into your existing training plan or use one of six plans in the book to build your off-season fitness.

Workouts in a Binder for Indoor Cycling is sweatproof and spiral bound to lie flat on your spin bike or near your trainer. It’s compact enough to travel with you to a hotel gym.

Just one problem: Now you have no excuse to bag a ride on a rainy day.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781931382755
Publisher: VeloPress
Publication date: 01/09/2006
Series: Workouts in a Binder Series
Edition description: Sweatproof Pages
Pages: 89
Product dimensions: 6.06(w) x 6.94(h) x 0.63(d)

About the Author

Dirk Friel is a USA Cycling-certified expert level coach. Dirk raced in the pro ranks from 1992 to 2002 and his accomplishments include top ten placings in both the U.S. pro road and criterium championships.

Wes Hobson has enjoyed a long and accomplished career as a professional triathlete. A member of the U.S. national team from 1997 to 1999, he was the bronze medalist at the 2000 ITU North American championships. He is a former U.S. Olympic Committee Triathlete of the Year.

Table of Contents

Foreword by Gale Bernhardt

Training Zones
Definitions and Descriptions
Workout Plans

Endurance (E)
Force (F)
Speed Skills (SS)
Muscular Endurance (ME)
Anaerobic Endurance (AE)
Power (P)
Mixed (M)

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