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TRAINING TIPS FOR CYCLIST AND TRIATHLETES

TRAINING TIPS FOR CYCLIST AND TRIATHLETES

CARMICHAEL CHRIS

195

18 X 25

Libri

2003

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Carmichael Training System

Lance Armstrong’s coach offers education, tips, perspective,
and motivation about improving performance for both cyclists
and triathletes.

The 1999 U.S. Olympic Committee Coach of the Year, Chris
Carmichael, and his elite-level coaching staff at Carmichael
Training Systems share coaching and training methods based
on the core concepts of CTS. During his career as a coach of
elite-level cyclists, and most recently as the man who
personally coached Lance Armstrong to his three consecutive
Tour de France victories, Carmichael has developed many
training methods and insights that will inspire anyone desiring
to improve their athletic performance. Compiled from his
popular columns in both VeloNews and Inside Triathlon
magazines, the narrative includes a variety of techniques and
training methods that any level of athlete will find helpful.

Featuring a foreword by Lance Armstrong, the text is
organized in four main sections that outline the CTS approach
to coaching. The book is designed to be insightful, and not
meant to be a specific map of detailed training plans,
schedules, or systems. Instead, the selected articles and
introductory pieces offer education, tips, perspective, and
motivation about improving athletic performance. The genesis
of the book is the mission statement of CTS: to provide
physical, behavioral, and strategic coaching aids to help
every athlete to develop to their full potential. It also
incorporates the belief that physical training can only provide
half of what is needed to reach peak fitness; confidence and
commitment provide the remainder of what it will take to
become ready for top performance.