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The Physiology and Technique of Hard Riding

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This chapter contains sections titled: Abilities of Cyclists, Known Facts about High-Performance Cycling, Cycling as Understood by Exercise Physiologists, A More Reasonable Physiological Theory, Difficulty in Training the Brain for High Cadence, Individual Selection of Optimum Cycling Technique, Difference between Training and Racing, Use of Heart Rate Monitoring Equipment