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Skills Training Principles
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Skills Training for Cyclists (Introduction)
Athletic skills are an important part of successful and
lifetime enjoyment of sport.
Fitness is paramount with most athletes and coaches—many of whom
do not realize the importance of skills.
Too often, most people acquire skills merely through hit-or-miss riding. Skills
training speeds and refines the process.
Skill Training Principles discusses the principles of skills acquisition,
balance, and focus.