No matter what your goals are for 2008, if you want to get fit this Spring, Health and Fitness for Cyclists magazine is the place to start
This year?s spring edition is packed with essential advice to help you progress no matter what level you?re starting out from. Our team of experts can help you with everything from getting the right position on your bike to eating the right foods to beat that post ride lull.
Elsewhere in the magazine are top tips on how to plan your training, choosing the right equipment to get started, as well as technique advice.
We?ll also introduce you to our three cycling guinea pigs whose training we?ll be setting, and then following this year. Karen Jaggs is a recent convert to cycling and will be coached by Michelle Noble as she aims to improve her confidence and fitness on a road bike.
Our second coached rider is first category roadman Chris Moores who?s being trained by power guru Hunter Allen. Chris has the daunting task of taking on some of the best cyclists in the country in some major road races this year.
Thirdly we follow David Gilbert who has just seven hours a week to train. It?s down to coach Oliver Roberts to come up with a training plan for him. Any person with a busy lifestyle can relate to David?s time constraints and take tips from his training plan.
Health and Fitness for Cyclists is now quarterly and will follow Karen, Chris and David through the year.
Health and Fitness for Cyclists is out now, available from all good newsagents for just £5.95.