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[NEW ONLINE VIDEO COURSE] STRONG ENDURANCE™ express by PAVEL

Seems like a cyclist doing rowing would be diverting plumbing from the cycling muscles.
Yes, while you're doing it. But it wouldn't detract from the "plumbing" built in the legs for cycling. It just wouldn't stimulate it very much while you're rowing. (Although, actually, rowing does use the legs, maybe even as much as cycling... so aren't we talking about the same plumbing?)
 
Yes, while you're doing it. But it wouldn't detract from the "plumbing" built in the legs for cycling. It just wouldn't stimulate it very much while you're rowing. (Although, actually, rowing does use the legs, maybe even as much as cycling... so aren't we talking about the same plumbing?)
One example of what might be the same plumbing is bicycling and speed skating, see Eric Heiden. Then again, it may just be exceptional talent.

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One example of what might be the same plumbing is bicycling and speed skating, see Eric Heiden. Then again, it may just be exceptional talent.

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And also speed skating world champion (and WR holder) Nils van der Poel:

(Building an aerobic base with 30+ hours of cycling per week.)
 
More insightful stuff from the mind of Pavel, drilling deeper into the general category of cost of adaptation.

One question: That article says: "In other words, if you are a cyclist, rowing might boost your “cardio” but do nothing for the rowing muscles and the “plumbing” supplying it." Seems like a cyclist doing rowing would be diverting plumbing from the cycling muscles. What am I missing?
To me it kind of sounds like the old advice of “runners run, rowers row, etc”.

Is it just a lengthy explanation of the SAID principle? Or am I missing something here?
 
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[FREE KETTLEBELL PLAN] Anti-glycolytic training is very versatile. It works with sport-specific exercises such as wrestling dummy throws and heavy bag work and with general physical preparation exercises: kettlebell, bodyweight, barbell, you name it.

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  1. Fat loss.
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