SOME THINGS ARE FASTER THAN OTH­ERS

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Ac­cord­ing to Rob Kitch­ing of Cy­cling Power Labs, it’s im­por­tant to keep as much of your train­ing data as pos­si­ble so that long-term pat­terns can be de­tected. “It’s com­mon in cy­clists to see that the car­dio­vas­cu­lar sys­tem de­vel­ops faster than the neu­ro­mus­cu­lar, so the legs lag be­hind in de­vel­op­ment.” This in­abil­ity for the legs to keep up with the heart is hard to dis­tin­guish from a more tra­di­tional train­ing plateau, and good data can help you de­cide if you need a week off, or some weight train­ing.

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