Road cycling training plan "All Guns Blazing" Level B Heart Rate Based (P 2017)

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Road cycling training plan "All Guns Blazing" Level B Heart Rate Based (P 2017)


Roger Rilling

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12 Weeks

Typical Week

6 Bike, 1 Day Off, 1 X-Train

Longest Workout

4:30 hrs

Plan Specs

cycling road cycling intermediate masters weightloss hr based tss based strength base period

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Want to see how fast you can be?

This plan will test your mettle and place you in top form in just 12 weeks

Just how strong, fast and epic can you be!? Good news, we have created a training plan to find out the answer. As Phil Liggett would say “prepare to reach deep into your bag of courage”, this plan is designed to push you and takes into account that you have the time, lifestyle and health needed to make cycling your main focus for the duration of the plan. This plan will focus on the big 3 elements of successful all-around cycling performance: endurance, climbing and power at threshold/FTP. We encourage you to use this plan after a successful build period as you start to pursue your top form

"It never gets easy, you only get faster!” Greg Lemond

To some these words are daunting, to you, these words are inspirational. As a cyclist, you like a challenge, you like to push and you certainly want to go faster!

This plan has been prepared for intermediate and extremely fit beginner riders that have the time required to achieve their ultimate fitness. Through the course of this training program you will be challenged, pushed and rewarded with a new level of fitness perfect to apply to your next big event.

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Sample Day 1

Small ring ride with spikes every 6 minutes

In your small ring get a good 15-20 minute warm-up in then do the following: Every 6-8 minutes do one minute at an 100-110% of your FTP. The interval can be on a climb or on the flats as long as the target power is reached. Leave 15 minutes at the end of the ride for a cool down.

Sample Day 2

Rollers or Flat ride w/spin-ups

On a course of your choice do 5x1 minute spin-ups. The spin-ups will start by shifting into one gear easier than what feels natural, spin this for 20 seconds then shift into an easier gear. Continue to shift every 20 seconds for the duration of the interval.

The idea is to train your legs to produce power even at the highest RPM ranges. Really try to keep your body relaxed and the pressure on the pedals.

Sample Day 3

Alternating Tempo, 20 minutes, CP45-60

Alternating Tempo: On a flat road, Warm up well. Once warmed-up ride 18 minutes, alternating from CP60/100 FTP to CP45/110 FTP every 6 minutes. 85-100 rpm.

CP=Critical Power: The amount of time you can maintain at a given intensity. Example, CP60 would be the max effort you could maintain for 60 minutes.

Sample Day 4

Easy Spin/Small ring only

Time to give your small ring a little love. Spin your legs in your small ring all day, concentrating on staying smooth and keeping the rpm's above 92.

Sample Day 5

Slow burn+climb

Zone 2 @ 80-85 rpm's avg with 5 miles of mild climbing.

Sample Day 6

3five short tempo

After a good warm up attack at a high endurance speed. Drive hard into corners, sprint over the top of the hills etc. The key to this workout is to maintain a good tempo through the entire effort, even after making a gut busting push over the crest of a climb. Max effort should be high zone 4!
You will do 3x5 minute intervals. The rest phase is up to you; just make sure you are rested well enough to put in a good 5 minute interval.

Sample Day 7


Core strength -

Cycling requires core power to keep you rolling strong after hours in the saddle. We recommend doing a core workout of your choice twice a week for this plan and have scheduled such workouts on Mondays and Thursdays. We have had good luck using a Triggerpoint roller along with our core workouts since it offers the added benefit of self massage but suggest trying out various workouts to see what works best for you.

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