The Science Behind Going Slow to Be Fast

The concepts of central and peripheral conditioning help explain why an effective training base period leads to speed and durability in the race season.

Pathways Logo Cycling Base Training Pathway - Fast Talk Laboratories graphic interpreting polarized training method as 80/20 mix of intensities, from green to yellow/red
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The concepts of central and peripheral conditioning help explain why an effective training base period leads to speed and durability in the race season.

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