Cycling in triathlon



Title Cycling in triathlon: Is it really as simple as riding a bike?
Author(s) Jamie, F. Burr,
Journal Strength & Conditioning Journal
Date 2011
Volume 33
Issue 2
Start page 72
End page 75
Abstract The cycling leg of a triathlon imposes unique physiological and biomechanical demands on athletes compared with cycle racing. By recognizing these differences, athletes and coaches can use training practices to optimize adaptations according to the principle of specificity. The primary emphasis is on aerodynamic form and efficiency training.
DOI 10.1519/SSC.0b013e318211bd28

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