In an age of “superficial” online training, it can be tough to know which is the right fit for you, and what to expect in the long run.
But in this article we’ll be taking a look at the pros and cons of new or “frequent” training methods, looking at the reasons why some people find it more beneficial to use them, and the reasons not to.
In the end, if you’re looking for a method that’s simple to use, flexible and easy to adapt to any kind of situation, then you should definitely try out a former pelotonic trainer.
If you’re just getting into the sport, you’ll want to avoid any methods that are too specific.
If you want to see the latest training methods that people use in training for the Tour de France, be sure to check out the next article in this series, in which we’ll look at why the UCI is pushing the Tour to the next level and what you can expect from it in the future.