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When you’re searching for a good power training on the internet, you must have noticed that the term ‘FTP’ comes up every time. In this article, we’ll explain what it is, why it is useful for your training and how to perform a FTP test on your indoor trainer.

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Functional threshold power (FTP) or the anaerobic threshold is often seen as the ultimate performance indicator for cycling. Therefore, improving FTP is a big target for a lot of cyclists. But is training at your FTP the best way to get this done?

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One of the unique features of the NEO Smart trainer is that you can train in isotonic and isokinetic mode. Both modes are very useful for your training, but what is it, what are the differences and what’s in it for you? Read on to find out!

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Before you start exercising vigorously, there might be some basics you should familiarize yourself with. This article will get you up to speed with some of the most essential of these.

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The ERG mode is often spoken about, but what is it exactly and why can it be helpful for your indoor training sessions? In this article, we’ll explain to you the basics of this mode and we’ll also give you some helpful tips to keep in mind during a workout in the ERG mode.

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Training with power is guaranteed to take your cycling performance to the next level. But talk of power zones can be overwhelming. Let’s break it down.

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While pro cyclists fly uphill with really high cadences, most recreational cyclists find it nearly impossible to have a cadence above 90 rpm. So, what is going on here? And what’s the distinction between an ideal cadence and the most efficient cadence?

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