Effects of low- vs. high-cadence interval training on cycling performance.

@article{Paton2009EffectsOL,
  title={Effects of low- vs. high-cadence interval training on cycling performance.},
  author={Carl D Paton and Will G Hopkins and C Cook},
  journal={Journal of strength and conditioning research},
  year={2009},
  volume={23 6},
  pages={1758-63}
}
High-resistance interval training produces substantial gains in sprint and endurance performance of cyclists in the competitive phase of a season. Here, we report the effect of changing the cadence of the intervals. We randomized 18 road cyclists to 2 groups for 4 weeks of training. Both groups replaced part of their usual training with 8 30-minute sessions consisting of sets of explosive single-leg jumps alternating with sets of high-intensity cycling sprints performed at either low cadence… CONTINUE READING
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