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Old 09-07-12, 03:43 AM   #1
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Track Cycling = Training

Hello,

is my first message. I'm form Poland and I looking information about training track cycling.

Do you have plans with dividing into months/periods when training and what training on bike, gym ?
I search a general division when to train force, endurance etc.

For example :
November - .....
December - .....
January - ........
February - .......
March - .......... etc.

I looking tips how and what training on gym, bike for a competition sprint and endurance.
I would like to collect information and they to set, to have a general essay that and how to practice.
I plead for a help, I thank you.

P.S. Sorry for my bad english.
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Hello,

is my first message. I'm form Poland and I looking information about training track cycling.

Do you have plans with dividing into months/periods when training and what training on bike, gym ?
I search a general division when to train force, endurance etc.

For example :
November - .....
December - .....
January - ........
February - .......
March - .......... etc.

I looking tips how and what training on gym, bike for a competition sprint and endurance.
I would like to collect information and they to set, to have a general essay that and how to practice.
I plead for a help, I thank you.

P.S. Sorry for my bad english.
You may not know, but you are asking a lot. Coaches get paid to write such a training program.

If you need this level of detail, you should hire a coach.
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Roadies can run tempo all year as that's what humans were designed for. If you want to be a cheetah, lay around and lick your paws more.
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Old 09-08-12, 05:26 AM   #3
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OK, thanks.
I haven't contact with coach.

I only wan't common division of plan, when what to train. And then hardly there is some utmost secrecy, to rent a trainer?

Greetings.
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If you don't have access to a coach, I would recommend you start reading - look online for topics about "cycling training periodization"

A few online results

http://www.bikeradar.com/fitness/art...routine-22232/
http://www.livestrong.com/article/13...tion-training/

If you really want to look into training methodology - I'd look to see if either "Theory and Methodology of Training - the key to Athletic performance" by Tudor O. Bompa and "Periodization Training For Sports" also by Bompa and Michael Carrera have been translated into Polish.
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Old 09-08-12, 01:18 PM   #5
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Thanks you.

Someone is oriented from you what translation is used by sprinters, persons that ride on 1-4km, and anymore ?
I know, that it is then individual, but walks to me about the general essay of translation more or less.

translation = rack-wheels this form on-line translation, I don't know how name on english this thing in bike. ( for example 52x14 )
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Gearing is the word you are looking for.

Have you tried contacting local clubs or your cycling federation? http://www.pzkol.pl/

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So I tried, but nobody bequeaths. In Poland we do not have a typical club under bicycle torowe sport.
We have only 1 welodrom in Pruszków, there is a sprat of other concrete 30,40's and maybe and yet chief.

I live on a village, I do not have the training opportunity with a club/by semiprofessionals etc.

And in PZKol there are a greater "brothel" and poverty than could would be to expect. Connection is terrible run into debt.

Greetings.
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