Acquista per altri By Joe Friel

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From bad weather to business travel to traffic safety there are dozens of reasons why cyclists and triathletes take their rides inside Although indoor cycling workouts offer the ultimate control over workout conditions most inside riders dont get the most out of their trainers or spin bikesRIDE INSIDE offers cyclists and triathletes a smart guide to gettingfitness from every indoor cycling workout From the worlds most experienced personal cycling coach Joe Friel RIDE INSIDE reveals all the uniue aspects of indoor riding Mental aspects like motivation focus and enjoyment Changes in upper body stability posture and pedaling techniue on a stationary bike Respiration hydration and cooling Inherent changes in power outputLower leg tension and eccentric loading from flywheel momentum Lower effort from lack of terrain changes headwinds and crosswinds Road like feel Different shifting patternsAll these differences of indoor riding add up to a big impact when the rubber hits the road Drawing from the foundations of Friels classic training guides The Cyclists Training Bible and The Triathletes Training Bible RIDE INSIDE shows how to apply smart and proven training concepts to indoor cycling Riders will get expert guidance on the best ways to set up a trainer or smart trainer how to modify outdoor workouts for indoor cycling how to better monitor power and RPE and how to use social online training platforms like Zwift to make training better and not worse Most critically RIDE INSIDE shows cyclists and triathletes how to do indoor cycling workouts that actually meet their training goals instead of compromising From bad weather to business travel to traffic safety, there are dozens of reasons why cyclists and triathletes take their rides inside. Although indoor cycling workouts offer the ultimate control over workout conditions, most inside riders don’t get the most out of their trainers or spin bikes. RIDE INSIDE offers cyclists and triathletes a smart guide to getting more fitness from every indoor cycling workout. From the world’s most experienced personal cycling coach, Joe Friel, RIDE INSIDE reveals all the unique aspects of indoor riding:· Mental aspects like motivation, focus, and enjoyment· Changes in upper body stability, posture, and pedaling technique on a stationary bike· Respiration, hydration, and cooling· Inherent changes in power output · Lower leg tension and eccentric loading from flywheel momentum· Lower effort from lack of terrain changes, headwinds, and crosswinds· Road-like feel· Different shifting patternsAll these differences of indoor riding add up to a big impact when the rubber hits the road. Drawing from the foundations of Friel’s classic training guides, The Cyclist’s Training Bible and The Triathlete’s Training Bible, RIDE INSIDE shows how to apply smart and proven training concepts to indoor cycling. Riders will get expert guidance on the best ways to set up a trainer or smart trainer, how to modify outdoor workouts for indoor cycling, how to better monitor power and RPE, and how to use social online training platforms like Zwift to make training better and not worse. Most critically, RIDE INSIDE shows cyclists and triathletes how to do indoor cycling workouts that actually meet their training goals instead of compromising. From bad weather to business travel to traffic safety, there are dozens of reasons why cyclists and triathletes take their rides inside. Although indoor cycling workouts offer the ultimate control over workout conditions, most inside riders don’t get the most out of their trainers or spin bikes. RIDE INSIDE offers cyclists and triathletes a smart guide to getting more fitness from every indoor cycling workout. From the world’s most experienced personal cycling coach, Joe Friel, RIDE INSIDE reveals all the unique aspects of indoor riding:· Mental aspects like motivation, focus, and enjoyment· Changes in upper body stability, posture, and pedaling technique on a stationary bike· Respiration, hydration, and cooling· Inherent changes in power output · Lower leg tension and eccentric loading from flywheel momentum· Lower effort from lack of terrain changes, headwinds, and crosswinds· Road-like feel· Different shifting patternsAll these differences of indoor riding add up to a big impact when the rubber hits the road. Drawing from the foundations of Friel’s classic training guides, The Cyclist’s Training Bible and The Triathlete’s Training Bible, RIDE INSIDE shows how to apply smart and proven training concepts to indoor cycling. Riders will get expert guidance on the best ways to set up a trainer or smart trainer, how to modify outdoor workouts for indoor cycling, how to better monitor power and RPE, and how to use social online training platforms like Zwift to make training better and not worse. Most critically, RIDE INSIDE shows cyclists and triathletes how to do indoor cycling workouts that actually meet their training goals instead of compromising. Acquista per altri

This is a great first book for those who want to start riding inside but do not know how. Two things to know: first, this is not a book about how to use spin bikes. If you a proud Peloton owner, or consider a Peloton like spin bike, this is not a book for you. This is a book on how to use bike trainers, either full scale ones like Wahoo Kickr Bike, or attachments for the bike, like Wahoo KICKR. The second thing, it is an introduction into indoor biking, but not a comprehensive book on everything you may need or want to know. There are much detailed and advanced books on training and racing with a power meter, which you will find useful when you set up your home trainer.Indoor cycling, with cycling apps, like Zwift or Rouvy or The Sufferfest, can be very engaging and entertaining. It is a huge step from pedaling while staring that the blank wall, or watching TV. It is a good non impact sport, very safe, very aerobic, good for all ages. However, the cost of equipment can be fairly substantial. This book can help you understand what you need before you start spending money.It is written by a very well respected coach, Joe Friel, who knows a lot about cycling training, in collaboration with his co author who appears to be an expert in indoor cycling gear and apps. As of the time of this writing (Jan 2021), the book remains very up to date. Ferries Book (and articles) by Joe Friel are always informative and educational. This one was particularly interesting because of our (2020) situation by addressing indoor biking. I’ve always been a runner and long time TrainingPeaks user so familiar with Joe. Recovering from Achilles tendinitis and not running, I decided to be serious about my biking. I had a trainer and “discovered“ this book. Needless to say good book. I was hoping for some recommendations on what my week could look like. However Joe’s provides the components on how to build the schedule. Now comes the hard work, figuring out the schedule. Ferries 90% of this book is choosing a trainer, getting it set up, and the basics of training.If you’re new to indoor training or cycling, this might be a great book for you.If you’re experienced in any of these, you’ll get little to nothing out of this. There are about four pages of workouts, which is all I was looking for. Ferries I purchased the audio version of this book first and then I purchased so I had it to reference the info.If you are training inside for the first time, this book is a must to understand how to train properly and not over train. Ferries 元々2020年の前半に出版される予定だった本書ですが、著者がゲスト出演したポッドキャストによれば、コロナの大騒ぎで世界中のライダーがZwiftに押し寄せた件を踏まえて、中身を増強したそうです。バーチャルレースの利点・欠点、室内で向いている練習・向いていない練習、なぜ外を走る必要があるのか、なぜ室内で十分なこともあるのか、などの基本的なポイントを丁寧に説明しています。そのうち日本語に翻訳されると思いますが、現状ではインドア練習にかんして体系的に説明したトレーニング本は本書だけなので、一読の価値アリです。他のJoe Friel著書と同じで、ちょっと英語が分かる方だと普通に読めます。難解な「Training with Power Meter」とくらべると、本書はよっぽど簡単に読めます。 Ferries