Altitude Training for Improved Cycling Performance: Page 4 of 4

Training & Health

10/14/2008| 0 comments
by Andy Lapkass - Expert coach

Altitude Training for Improved Cycling Performance

Whether you’re planning on ascending high into the Alps or Rockies, or just want more power for crushing your buddies in sea-level criteriums and road races, breathing in the thin air of high elevation may help you improve your performance. Cycling performance is largely a function of oxygen uptake, delivery, and utilization by the body; and altitude training, whether by traveling or sleeping in a tent, may help you bring more precious oxygen to your working muscles.

The Physiology of Altitude

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