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The Relationship Between FTP and VO2 Max and What it Means for Cycling
P.C. Kevin Sparrow (@ksparrow)

The Relationship Between FTP and VO2 Max: Understanding it Can Make You Faster

There are many ways to quantify performance in cycling, but two of the most commonly-cited data points are VO2 max and FTP. These metrics are related but distinct, and the connection between them is easy to misunderstand. So what’s the link between VO2 max and FTP, and what role do they play in determining your fitness?


Why your heart rate increases during exercise (and what it means for cycling performance).
P.C. Alonso Tal, M.C. @trilla_e

Why Your Heart Rate Increases During Exercise (and What It Means For Cycling Performance)

Your heart rate naturally increases during exercise to fuel your muscles with oxygen. How can you improve your capacity to uptake oxygen and get faster?



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