The Language of Training

In this post we take a look at the three primary languages of cycling training. Rate of Perceived Exertion (RPE), Power, and Exercise Physiology (more specifically the three energy systems that power cycling: ATP-PCr, glycolytic, and oxidative).

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How To Train for a Cycling Tour

Check out this article for a detailed look at how to comprehensively prepare for an upcoming cycling tour. Topics include understanding the demands of your event, utilizing a calendar, riding with consistency, acclimating to the environment, and practicing your nutrition.

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Using RPE to get Stronger on the Bike

Understanding the Rate of Perceived Exertion (RPE) for your cycling is crucial in order to get a more complete picture of your training and racing on the bike. Topics in the post Training low-carb is one of the hottest topics in cycling but should you actually do it? Topics in this post include a rationale for carbs, current recommendations for carb intake, a rationale for restriction, periodized nutrition, and a few practical suggestions to apply to your training. Topics in this post include a brief introduction to RPE, the origin of the original RPE rating, connection to power based training zones, and a few practical suggestions on how to apply RPE in your training.

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