With the winter now in full swing, for many cyclists thoughts turn to training plans and setting goals for next year. And for manyof those, this will mean at least some strength work in the gym. Weight Training for Cyclists is a new book that aims to “show cyclists how they can get stronger to ride stronger.”
The book, now in its second edition, utilises easy-to-follow drawings to make following the various weight workouts easy, while the authors, Ken Doyle and Eric Schmitz, incorporate all the latest information on core strength, nutrition, stretching, and warm-up. Also included in the 224 pages are training plans to help you get the most out of your time, and is aimed at newcomers and experienced cyclists.
Published by VeloPress, Weight Training for Cyclists: A Total Body Program for Power and Endurance is available from all good bookshops now.