For a limited time only–the THIRD edition of the revolutionary Training and Racing with a Power Meter can be purchased with all THREE author’s signatures!
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Expected shipping – March 27, 2019. When these signed copies are gone–then they are gone!
ALL NEW IN THE THIRD EDITION
- Learn about the latest power metrics: FRC, Pmax, mFTP, Power Duration Curve, and more
- New power tools chapter: Learn how power is measured from each power meter
- Learn the science behind the latest in power training metrics.
- Two new additional training plans: Masters and Triathlon
- Reveals methods of power duration testing, a new testing method to pinpoint weaknesses for a variety of short- and long-distance race formats
- Includes training plans to raise your Functional Threshold Power
- Offers power-based workouts tuned to your specific training goals: Over 100 new workouts
- Shares new case studies: Masters and Triathlon
- Provides new guidance for triathletes on pacing the bike and run
- Over 100 new graphs
- Training and Racing with a Power Meter is the definitive, comprehensive guide to using a power meter. Armed with the revolutionary techniques from this guide, cyclists and triathletes can achieve lasting improvements for your best performances ever
TRAINING WITH POWER:
Hunter Allen is one of the world’s leading experts in training with power meters. He is a USA Cycling Level 1 Coach, CEO of Peaks Coaching Group, and a former professional cyclist with the Navigators Team. He has been coaching endurance athletes of varied experience levels since 1995, and his athletes have achieved more than 1,000 victories and numerous national and world championship titles and medals. Allen has analyzed thousands of power-meter files. His efforts to help athletes and coaches share training information lead to the development of industry-standard TrainingPeaks and WKO+ software. Allen has been teaching USA Cycling power meter certification courses since 2005.
Andrew Coggan, PhD, is an internationally recognized exercise physiologist. He has published numerous scientific articles on a diverse range of topics, including the effects of carbohydrates on cycling performance, the physiological adaptations to endurance training, and the effects of aging on muscle metabolism during exercise. A national-caliber masters cyclist and time trial record holder, Dr. Coggan is also widely recognized as one of the leading experts on the physiological implications of training with power. He is the originator of ‘normalized power,’ ‘TSS,’ power profiling, quadrant analysis, and the Performance Manager concepts. In 2006, he was honored for these applied sports science efforts with USA Cycling’s Sport Science Award and by being named as one of three Finalists for the US Olympic Committee’s Doc Counsilman Award.
Stephen McGregor, Ph.D., is an exercise physiologist and USA Cycling instructor. He is Director of the Applied Physiology Lab at Eastern Michigan University and a USA Cycling instructor who teaches coaches about physiology, general training, and training with a power meter. McGregor also coaches for Peaks Coaching Group. His own experience, first as an elite cyclist and more recently as a masters-level athlete, helps him keep the science and data analysis grounded in the day-to-day concerns of training and racing.