Training for Mountain Biking : A Practical Guide for the Busy Athlete
by Peveler, Will

1 Equipment For Mountain Biking
2 Basic Training Principles, Physiology, and Psychology
3 Areas of Training
4 Developing A Training Plan
5 Nutrition For Mountain Biking
6 Competition
7 Special Considerations For Training and Competition
8 Injury and Injury Prevention
About the Author201

"A training guide for the nonprofessional mountain biker, this book provides elite-level information that is easy to follow and readily implemented into a busy life schedule. It covers topics such as equipment selection, bike mechanics, developing a training plan that fits your specific needs, proper nutrition, and more"-

Will Peveler is professor of exercise science at Liberty University, where he also conducts physiological testing out of their Human Performance Laboratory for local endurance athletes and fighters. Peveler races mountain bikes and road bikes, runs triathlons, holds a black belt in Ketsugo-Ryu, and competes in obstacle course racing. He has coached cycling, triathlon, and martial arts. Peveler is the author of many books, including Strength and Conditioning for Mixed Martial Arts: A Practical Guide for the Busy Athlete and Training for Obstacle Course Racing: A Practical Guide for the Busy Athlete. He is the editor for Rowman & Littlefield’s Train Like a Pro series.

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