Training on power is the ideal way to improve in a targeted way. Powermeters (also called power meters) show exactly how hard you are pushing on the pedals, whether you have wind in your sails or not. Power meters are becoming increasingly affordable and are often already fitted to more expensive bikes.
There are different ways to mount a power meter on a bicycle, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. There is no right way, or even best way, to mount it: It's all about what works best for your situation. Almost everyone is familiar with training by heart rate, cadence or time. But do you want to train more specifically? Then you need a power meter. Such a power meter measures the power (wattage) you need to deliver to move forward.
The Assioma DUO is a must-have for ambitious cyclists who want to get the most out of themselves. The pedals are easy to attach to the crank of the bike and it is also easy to switch between different bikes. Unlike other power meters, Favero measures the wattage on the pedal, where the force is applied. It is a direct power meter that provides reliable and accurate data. And because the power sensors are integrated into both pedals, the Assioma Duo offers the unique possibility of measuring power independently on the left and right. By visualising the right/left balance of the legs, the system helps to improve cycling technique.
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