Science of Cycling
Human Kinetics Publishers, Jan 1, 1986 - Bicycle racing - 215 pages
Sportphysiologie, Krafttraining, Radrennsport, Training, Radfahren, Biomechanik, Mechanik, Sportmedizin, Unfallverhütung, Sportpsychologie.
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Strength Training for Cycling Harvey Newton
Flexibility Standards of the U S Cycling Team
Effects of Saddle Height and Pedaling
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aero aerobic aerobic power anaerobic angle ankle joint applied athletes axis bicycle bicycle frame bicycle pedal bike Biomechanics body cause changes cleat competitive cyclists components contraction crank cycling decrease drag effective force efficiency elite energy ergometer eversion exercise factors flexed flexibility flexion foot link force application force vector forefoot FT fibers Gluteus Maximus Greg LeMond hamstrings helmet hip joint important increase injuries knee joint length load malalignments maximum mechanical mechanical efficiency metabolic muscle groups orthotic oxygen pedal force pedaling cadence pedaling rates performance Physiology pivot plantar flexed position power output problems produce pronation propulsion pull quadriceps racer range of motion rearfoot result rider riding road race rolling resistance rotation saddle height shank shown in Figure slow-twitch speed sport sprint Squats strength training stress stretch subtalar joint tension thigh tion tire toe clip top dead center VO2max weight wheel wind resistance