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Originally Posted by gregf83 View Post
Friel's books stand fine on their own. You're not adding any particular value to his thoughts, so my recommendation is for people to read the books and apply whatever they think is appropriate for their situation.
I'm not trying to add value to his thoughts. I'm simply pointing out the benefits of applying them to ERG training. Yeah read the book. I agree. Would save us all a lot of trouble. The only thing that I've innovated (as far as I know) is using the combination of RPE, HR and cardiac drift to measure the magnitude of accumulating fatigue. Everything else I use (MSI, EF, decoupling, periodization) is directly based on others' work. Other than that, I'm merely pointing out how ERG mode makes adjustments using MSI, EF and decoupling more quick and reliable than outdoors.
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