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Ride Slower… To Climb FASTER “Cycling Tip”

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An often overlooked aspect of training, is that often times to get faster. You need to spend more of your training time, riding slower. For additional content follow me on Facebook & Strava at the links below.

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  1. I am the opposite. I like to ride at endurance and tempo pace, but dont like treshold and vo2max intervals… 🙂 thats why I didnt get significantly faster since years. If you alwways go slower, you hit the plateau and no further progression, until you start involve real intensity into your workouts

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  8. too much breathing bro…. no need to hear you sniffffff.

  9. This is the reasons why I train on my endurance rides alone.and maintain a consistent pressure on the pedal stroke for the whole ride. Once I discussed this with an ex swimmer and was told that when she was training it was technique and maintaining the same consistency through out, She also said her squad never trained at their race speed.But try telling this to your mates who just go hard every time and just wanna jump on every wheel that passes them.

  10. I find it difficult to ride easily in the city. It's okay on the wide straights but you sometime need to blast it merging and leaving a roundabout. City is lots of variable power – it's how I got fit – natural interval training! I do like to pootle down long flat bike paths at 12-15 mph at a 60 rpm cadence though too.

  11. So good to never overstrain too often & hurt heart.. Long and slow, cardo fat burner regularly..
    1x – 3x hours a day chilled, mix it up, flats & hills

  12. Good advice mate 👍 I think it's good to understand the sensations your body produces, when the legs start to burn I know I have tipped from aerobic into anaerobic and back off, sounds simple I know

  13. You didn’t really explain your point. You just alluded to it. Can you explain clearly how much time to spend in the zones.

  14. Long, slow rides are like putting money in the bank.

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