The analysis and utilization of cycling training data.

  title={The analysis and utilization of cycling training data.},
  author={Simon A Jobson and Louis Passfield and Greg Atkinson and Gabor J. Barton and Philip Scarf},
  journal={Sports medicine},
  volume={39 10},
Most mathematical models of athletic training require the quantification of training intensity and quantity or 'dose'. We aim to summarize both the methods available for such quantification, particularly in relation to cycle sport, and the mathematical techniques that may be used to model the relationship between training and performance. Endurance athletes have used training volume (kilometres per week and/or hours per week) as an index of training dose with some success. However, such methods… CONTINUE READING
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