"Cycling Anatomy answers the basic and complex questions and gives you an array of options for improving your training both on and off the bike."
Connie Carpenter Phinney
1984 Olympic Champion
Shannon Sovndal, MD, is the owner and founder of Thrive Health and Fitness Medicine (Thrive HFM), an elite team of physicians, exercise physiologists, and athletes who provide clients with the highest level of personalized health care, life management, and fitness training. Most recently, he serves as a team physician for the Garmin-Slipstream professional cycling team. He also works as a board-certified emergency medicine physician at Boulder Community Hospital in Colorado and as a physician at the General Clinical Research Center at the University of Colorado. Before becoming a physician, Sovndal raced road bikes in the United States, winning the California/Nevada District Championship and many other road races and criteriums.
Sovndal is a coauthor of Fitness Cycling and has written numerous sports-related articles and lectured on exercise-related topics. He attended medical school at Columbia University in New York, completed his residency at Stanford University in California, and now lives in Boulder, Colorado.
Clear explanations for attaining core stability. My goal is core stability for efficiency, balance, power, etc. Read morePublished 4 months ago by susan bolger
Not a book to just skip through but to read thoughtfully if you want to gain anything out of it. I still have not read the whole book but find the parts I read to be quite... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Aruna Beligammana
I actually take this book to the gym with me in my gym bag. I refer to it so that I can visually match machine to the right muscle groups. Read morePublished 9 months ago by metalcowgurl
Comprehensive directory of the most common resistance exercises and ties back to how they can benefit your cycling for safety and performance improvement.Published 9 months ago by Gary Roux
Cycling Anatomy is my go to book for work out references on or off the bike. I really like the way it references work outs to actual riding.Published 11 months ago by met