Then, it should be able to be demonstrated that such help actually makes a difference. If it doesn't, admit it. If you claim it does, where is the evidence to support that claim.CoachFergie said:More trolling. Neither helps the athlete perform better.
Evidence Based Training helps the rider perform better.
Evidence Based Nutrition helps the rider perform better.
Well planned recovery helps the rider perform better.
Improved Aerodynamics helps the rider go faster.
Pacing helps the rider perform better.
The power meter and to a far lesser extent the HR monitor helps us to measure this.
Edit: on another tact, where is the scientific study to support that "evidence based" anything mentioned above helps the rider to perform better.