Training with Power Meters

Louis Passfield
The last quarter of a century has seen major developments in the world of cycling. Heart-rate monitors, GPS and smartphone apps are all used by riders of all abilities up and down the country as part of their training programme, but it is the power meter that really stands out as the ultimate tool for any cyclist who wishes to train to their full potential. Power has become the common currency of training discussions amongst the growing number of cyclists who have splashed out on a power meter. But does the average cyclist fully understand the figures displayed on their bike computer screens and, even if they do, can they use that information in the most effective way? Professor Louis Passfield was the first scientist in the UK to work and study with power meters. In this book Professor Passfield shares some of his vast experience and shows that you don't have to be a pro cyclist, triathlete, or coach to reap the benefits of training with a power meter.
Training with Power Meters by Louis Passfield
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About the author

Professor Louis Passfield is an applied sports scientist and an academic with expertise in training and elite performance. He is head of the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences at the University of Kent. Louis has a 25-year track record of applied work in cycling, British Cycling in particular. He is a consultant for the English Institute of Sport and has worked as sports scientist with the highly successful British Cycling team preparing for a number of Olympic Games.

Press Reviews

One of the major factors in British Cycling's success has been its strong coaching and scientific input and the use of pwer meters has been central to this. Louis was the first person I knew to start working with a power meter. In this book he uses this scientific and coaching experience to explain clearly and simply how to get the best out of yourself by training with a power meter.

- Rob Hayles, winner of two track cycling World titles and three Olympic medals.

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