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Climbing power is a combination of Anaerobic Work Capacity (AEC) and the upper limits of sustained aerobic power
One of the downsides of the Taper Phase is that athletes often report a feeling of lethargy, ‘feeling fat’, ‘feeling slow’ or a range of symptoms that can come under the heading of ‘Taper Blues’.
Once you have started using Zwift, participating in some Zwift racing may become of interest. Through a bit of trial and error, I have 5 tips that may help you get the best result with your current fitness levels.
According to Cycling Weekly, Zwift is a indoor trainer game that enables you to link you indoor trainer up your computer, iPad, iPhone or Apple TV, letting you ride with other cyclists in a virtual world environment.
An ageing athlete who is in their 40s or 50s should not train like someone in their 20s. Below are five considerations to think about when training and racing when you are 40+.
If you have a limited budget or are not wishing to spend big money on expensive aero products, there are a few relatively inexpensive things you can do, or buy, to get more aero.