In this episode we continue our discussion with Dr. Dajo Sanders (part 2 of 2), an individual whose skill and expertise in the realm of cycling performance are well developed. Dajo is a prolific researcher in many aspects of endurance training and specializes in the very distinct research cohort that is well-trained high-performance cyclists. He is also a member of the performance group at Team DSM where he uses his experience and knowledge to help World Tour cyclists perform at their absolute best.
Herein, we discuss with Dajo his research and practice in monitoring training load in cyclists and also what cycling performance research he is excited about.
Dajo Sanders, Ph.D.
Methods of Monitoring Training Load and Their Relationships to Changes in Fitness and Performance in Competitive Road Cyclists
Maintaining Power Output with Accumulating Levels of Work Done Is a Key Determinant for Success in Professional Cycling
Heat acclimation improves exercise performance
Heat training increases exercise capacity in hot but not in temperate conditions: a mechanistic counter-balanced cross-over study
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Jason Boynton, Ph.D.
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