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Entrenamiento para ciclistas Sobrecargas máximas - Un innovador programa de fuerza para mejorar en la mitad de tiempo la velocidad y la tolerancia física - cover

Entrenamiento para ciclistas Sobrecargas máximas - Un innovador programa de fuerza para mejorar en la mitad de tiempo la velocidad y la tolerancia física

Roy M. Wallack, Jacques DeVore

Publisher: Paidotribo

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Entrenamiento para ciclistas. Sobrecargas máximas es un innovador programa de entrenamiento basado en la fuerza y destinado a aumentar la velocidad de los ciclistas, la longevidad deportiva y la salud general en la mitad de tiempo. Una vez de mejorar la tolerancia física recorriendo distancias más largas sobre la bici, aprenderás a hacerlo reduciendo el tiempo que pasas pedaleando e incorporando el entrenamiento de la fuerza y la potencia. Tradicionalmente, los ciclistas y los deportistas de fondo han evitado este tipo de entrenamiento, creyendo que el paso adicional del músculo los volvería más lentos; sin embargo, los autores Jacques DeVore y Roy M. Wallack te demuestran exactamente lo contrario.
 
El programa de sobrecargas máximas recurre al levantamiento de pesas para generar potencia sostenible y mejorar la velocidad a la vez que reduce drásticamente el tiempo de entrenamiento y elimina el temido deterioro que se suele producir durante la segunda mitad de las pruebas físicas. Una sesión de sobrecargas máximas de 40 minutos, dos o tres veces por semana, remplaza un largo día sobre el sillín y obtiene resultados incluso mejores.
 
Este programa general aporta una perspectiva única sobre la dieta, el entrenamiento con intervalos, las sesiones duras y fáciles de entrenamiento y la potencia sostenible. Respaldado por reconocidas figuras del deporte. Entrenamiento para ciclistas. Sobrecargas máximas en un libro del que no puede prescindir ningún ciclista.

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