Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Why I Don't Train With a Powermeter

While a power meter is certainly an important tool for a professional cyclist, the bulk of them are of course sold to amateurs who misinterpret their amateur status and poor results as signs that they need to spend a huge amount of money on a power meter when in fact their amateur status and poor results are actually the very reasons they don't need a power meter. If you're an amateur, buying a power meter to train is like hiring an accountant to tell you how broke you are. Yet amateurs not only buy power meters, but they think $1,000 for a power meter is actually cheap.

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