Authoritative, yet accessible, this guide provides the latest on science and technology from the world's top cycling coaches and researchers. Comprehensive and cutting edge, coverage includes the rider-machine interface, environmental stressors, health issues, the planning of training programs, racing techniques, and more. Title Page; Copyright Page; Half Title Page; Contents; Introduction; Part I: The Cyclist; Chapter 1: The Cyclist's Physique; Chapter 2: Cycling Physiology and Genetics; Part II: The Bike; Chapter 3: Bicycle Design; Chapter 4: Frame Materials and Geometry; Chapter 5: Saddle Biomechanics; Part III: The Human-Machine Interface; Chapter 6: Biomechanics of Cycling; Chapter 7: The Science of Bike Fit; Chapter 8: Bike Fit and Body Positioning; Chapter 9: The Aerodynamic Rider; Chapter 10: Pedaling Technique and Technology; Part IV: The Cycling Environment; Chapter 11: Dealing With Heat Stress Chapter 12: Air Pollution and CyclistsChapter 13: Altitude and Hypoxic; Chapter 14: Tackling the Hills; Part V: Nutrition and Ergogenics; Chapter 15: Cycling Nutrition; Chapter 16: Feeding During Cycling; Chapter 17: Hydration Science; Chapter 18: Doping's Dark Pastand a New Cycling Era; Part VI: Cycling Health; Chapter 19: Epidemiology of Cycling Injuries; Chapter 20: Managing Common Cycling Injuries; Chapter 21: Fatigue and Overtraining; Chapter 22: Recovery Interventions; Part VII: Training Development and Assessment; Chapter 23: Long-Term Athlete Development Chapter 24: Psychological Strategies for Team BuildingChapter 25: Motivation and Mental Training; Chapter 26: Assessing Cycling Fitness; Chapter 27: Designing Training Programs; Chapter 28: Training Periodization; Chapter 29: Using a Power Meter; Chapter 30: Data Management for Cyclists; Part VIII: Preparing to Race; Chapter 31: Off-the-Bike Training; Chapter 32: Respiratory Training; Chapter 33: Warming Up; Chapter 34: Stretching; Part IX: Racing Your Bike; Chapter 35: The Science of Pacing; Chapter 36: Road Racing; Chapter 37: Mountain Biking; Chapter 38: Track Cycling; Chapter 39: BMX Chapter 40: UltradistanceReferences; Index; About the Editors; About the Contributors; Ad
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