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3 The complete guide to turbo training So you have got yourself a turbo trainer and want to use it to good effect to make you a fitter, stronger cyclist. We've put together a guide which will help you get the most from your new toy! complete-gudie-to-turbotraining.jpg (Boffin) Bob @bike_boffin_bob 1,411,119,302 1 1 18 View Edit
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4 ProxyPower ™ explained Curious to understated how our Power+ software can calculate your power output without needing a dedicated Power meter? Read more to understand the logic proxy_explained.jpg (Boffin) Bob @bike_boffin_bob 1,411,122,256 1 1 18 View Edit
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7 How to set up your turbo trainer for optimum enjoyment Find out how to best setup your turbo trainer to ensure you maximise your enjoyment and training potential. turbo_trainer_setup.jpg Bike Boffin Bob 1,411,728,331 1 1 18 View Edit
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6 Critical Aspects of Recovery in Training Recovery is one of the most important and overlooked parts of any training program. Find out about how to recover as hard as you train with this great article from Gordon Wright (Senios ABCC Coach) recovery.jpg Dr Gordon Wright Senior ABCC Coach and British Cycling Coach 1,411,470,135 1 1 18 View Edit
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1 Base Mile Basics Base miles are the physical foundation whether for racing, training, touring, or just general fitness. They help you reach your physical potential. A simple analogy, which you may have seen before in cycling training literature, is the training pyramid. Think of your training as building a fitness pyramid. base_miles.jpg Robert Panzera 1,409,875,200 1 1 14902 View Edit
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