To beat the air resistance: That's what triathletes and time trial specialists try to do. To do this, they optimise wherever possible to squeeze every last bit of speed out of man and machine. Seat position, material innovations, training adaptation, nutrition: all this plays into top speed. Marcus Baranski, an experienced time trial specialist, shares his many years of time trial knowledge in his book.
For over 40 years, Marcus Baranski has been whipping around race tracks all over the world. In 2018 he won the legendary "King of the Lake" at the Attersee in Austria, the biggest time trial in Europe with over 1,200 participants. And 15 years now he shares his long practical knowledge with numerous interested athletes in triathlon magazine and in his cult block #fratzengeballer.
In his freshly published book, Cycling in Triathlon and Individual Time Trials, Baranski summarizes his experience and expertise in informative and easy-to-understand text. He sheds light on everything from choosing the right bike to proper training and ideal nutrition. And helpful tips for race day and dos and don'ts in the race motivate for the next battle with time.
While reading, the humorous writing style and anecdotes of movie-like failures of the pros also elicit smiles from time to time. The practical volume "Cycling in Triathlon and Individual Time Trials" is an informative and instructive book for all those who want to make the asphalt glow.
Note: The book is written in German.
|Product Name:||Radfahren im Triathlon und Einzelzeitfahren - Mensch & Maschine optimal vorbereiten|
|Manufacturer:||Delius Klasing Verlag|
|book version:||illustrated book, autobiographic story, guidebook|
|number of pages:||208|
|author / publisher:||Marcus Baranski|
|paperback / hardback:||Paperback|
|book theme:||road bike tours, Training|