This is part 2 of 2 in our series discussing advancements in power profiling with Dr. Peter Leo- endurance training scientist at AusCycling, and first author of a recent scientific review outlining the topic for coaches and cyclists.
In this episode we get practical and highlight Dr. Leo’s recommendations for honing your power profiling technique. We also discuss where power profiling is going in the near future.
This series is a must listen for any coach and/or serious cyclist!
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