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“The ultimate reason for having a power meter is to reach your goals and achieve your potential in cycling. Surely, the scientist in all of us wants to experiment with new toys and gear, but that same scientist recognizes that, as cyclists or multisport athletes, using a power meter is quite possibly one of the best ways to get to know ourselves at an even deeper level.”

 

Excerpt From: Hunter Allen & Andy Coggan PhD. “Training and Racing with a Power Meter, 2nd Ed.” iBooks.

 

As one of my New Year’s Resolutions, I have resolved to re-read some of the best and most respected books on the subject of fitness, training, and exercise physiology.

I’m starting this re-education with a book that many in the cycling world consider the “Bible” of training with a power meter,  Training and Racing with a Power Meter, 2nd Ed. – Hunter Allen & Andy Coggan PhD.

As I read I’ll share excerpts that I believe are pertinent in the world of indoor cycling and the ever growing use of power meters and group display.

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