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Originally Posted by Clythio View Post
Invest you time on this video called "Science of Speed", from Jim Martin, and pay attention to the activation and relaxation time thing, related to efficient cadence, etc.
You will get that it's important, the leg speed work, but can be fixed later on the training process
https://youtu.be/5i9DtIFi9pM
just watched a few minutes. It sounds very interesting. I am going to sit down and watch the rest this weekend.
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