Racing and training on power versus feel at the WorldTour level (video)

Whatever you use to measure workload, it can be quantified. But is it the measurement or how your body feels that is more important?

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In this episode of Beyond Limits, Allen Lim and Tour de France rider Tejay van Garderen dig into the interconnected relationship of dose and response. Van Garderen explains how he races, how it feels to hit new power targets, and how he won the Tour of California time trial.

And yes, Allen starts off with a story about lifting a cow…

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