Mountain Bike Race XC level 2
Nick de Meyer British Triathlon Federation level 3 Coach, Training Bible Master endurance coachAll plans by this Coach
This Mtb race xc plan is a progression from the Mtb race level 1 plan. It is designed to take you up to the next level of fitness, and does this with more race specific and higher intensity sessions, including a weekly series of full gas intervals.
In this plan you'll be doing 5 mtb race specific sessions a week with 2-3 core sessions a week. How many of the core sessions you do is optional.
This is a progressive mountain bike training plan aimed at 90-120 mins of cross country racing. It has 2 sessions a week of core strength, progressing through the weeks into more muscular strength workouts.
The bike sessions are designed to get you race ready in 6 weeks.Training 4-5 times a week, being interval and hiit training based they progressively increase the amount of time you're working at race pace over the 6 week plan
There is some high intensity interval training included to increase your anaerobic capacity, as well as some skills based sessions and endurance training to maintain your base fitness
If you have any questions about the plan please email Nick at Sound Coaching at email@example.com
How it Works
Training Plan Sample Week
Average Weekly Breakdown
|Workouts||Weekly Average||Longest Workout|
|5:40 hrs||2:30 hrs|
|1:25 hrs||1:00 hrs|
Day Off x1
|Workouts Per Week||Weekly Average||Longest Workout|
||5:40 hrs||2:30 hrs|
||1:25 hrs||1:00 hrs|
Training Load By Week
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