In this Roundtable episode Cyrus presents us his hypothesis for how the outcome of the latest Tour de France could mean a big change for the type of rider winning it in the future. Join us as we discuss the race winning move, carbohydrate metabolism & ingestion, and whether we’ll see more riders like Jonas Vingegaard wearing yellow in future Tour de Frances.
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CHO periodisation in cycling Case Study: The application of daily carbohydrate periodisation throughout a cycling Grand Tour
The Use of Carbohydrates During Exercise as an Ergogenic Aid
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