Ability to produce power anaerobically while cycling is arguably one of the most important aspects of success as a competitive cyclist. Regardless of discipline it is safe to say that no competitive event is ever won without some anaerobic effort. Of course, good anaerobic power production doesn’t come without hard work and training at the appropriate intensity. But what if there was a way to improve your anaerobic power production without breaking a sweat?
Click the attached PDF to read the article by Todd Norwood of Physical Therapy Partners.