The Complete Guide to Studio Cycling has been written for people who want to know how to train effectively on indoor stationary bikes, from instructors, personal trainers and coaches, to sportspeople and anyone who just wants to get fit. Studio cycling, or aspinning' should be fun and motivating, and this book promotes focus and concentration techniques, including an individual training programme that can be adapted as your fitness levels improve. The Complete Guide to Studio Cycling answers key questions about studio cycling, from what it is and what it aims to achieve, to how to set your bike up to suit your needs. It highlights dos and don'ts, confronts the myths and presents the facts, and allows everyone to benefit from one of the most effective exercise classes available.Some brake pads will need soaking with a Teflon-coated silicon spray lubricant. Ideally bikes should be fully serviced in the following way: 1a6 months Replace the chain belt. Reposition the flywheel. Breakdown the bike, clean and lubricate.
|Title||:||The Complete Guide to Studio Cycling|
|Publisher||:||Bloomsbury Publishing - 2014-08-31|