Training and Racing with a Power Meter--3rd Edition
by Hunter Allen, Andrew Coggan PhD, and Stephen McGregor PhD
We have a limited number of autographed copies, signed by all 3 authors!
ALL NEW IN THE THIRD EDITION
- Learn about the latest power metrics: FRC, Pmax, mFTP, Power Duration Curve, and more
- New power tools chapter: Learn how power is measured from each power meter
- Learn the science behind the latest in power training metrics.
- Two new additional training plans: Masters and Triathlon
- New methods of power duration testing, a new testing method to pinpoint weaknesses for a variety of short- and long-distance race formats
- Training plans to raise your Functional Threshold Power
- Power-based workouts tuned to your specific training goals: Over 100 new workouts
- New case studies: Masters and Triathlon
- New guidance for triathletes on pacing the bike and run
- Over 100 new graphs
Training and Racing with a Power Meter, 3rd Ed., will continue to be the definitive guide to the most important training tool ever developed for endurance sports.
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DC Rainmaker: "Overall, I’ve found that the PowerPod can be solidly accurate in most situations, assuming you are aware of the limitations – or aware of changes to configuration that could impact it. Further, it’s ability to seemingly ‘heal’ itself does act as a bit of a safety net should the aerodynamic profile change significantly enough to otherwise impact power readers. I’d sum it up as: If you do a clean calibration ride – things are impressively accurate across a wide range of riding environments and positions."
The Chain Link: "...So what’s the verdict on this thing? Is it possible to get good power data for less than half the cost of the next thing on the market? Yeah, sure. The PowerPod proved to be a consistent (and surprisingly durable) performer in a variety of conditions, some of which it was never intended for..."
The 5k runner: "...considerably cheaper than a direct force power meter and easily swappable between bikes.....Perfect for the beginner and multi-bike owner. Perfect for the expert too. … you can work out how to tweak your riding position if you think about it. Cool."