Overview: This Training Plan runs for a total of 5 weeks and has the main goal of boosting your FTP. Your functional threshold power is the maximum power output you can sustain for about 60 minutes. This value is then used to establish your training zones. There are multiple ways to measure this from the ramp test, 60 minute time trial, or the HunterAllen/Coggan 20 minute test. The coaches at IREP athletics like to prescribe the 20 minute test for most athletes as it gives a more accurate picture for calculating your training zones. There will be an initial test on day oneand then the same test at the end of the 5 weeks. One thing you need to ensure is consistency between tests. Control as many of the variables as possible. For example, perform your test on atrainer with a high powered fan. Ensure that the setup is the same on both tests. At the end of the 5 weeks you should see a nice bump in the average power for the 20 minute timed section.The goals of this program are: Increased average power for the FTP test, Improved anaerobic capacity
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Use a 20 minutes mixed cadence warmup. The mixed cadence warmup is 1 minute alternating high and low cadence. High cadence would be anything about 95 RPM and low cadence is anything below 70 RPM.
20 minutes Z1-2 with mixed cadence
30 x 20 Seconds top Z5 w/ 30 seconds Z2 recovery
2 x 5 minutes middle of Z5 with 2.5 minutes ez spinning between
10 minutes DAS
10 mins easy 20 x 30 seconds Hard with 1 min recovery 10 x 1min as(50sec build/10sec sprint) with 2 minute recovery 10 minute cooldown easy
Once you feel you can move on I would suggest previewing our other cycling and triathlon plans.
If you feel great I would Recommend Utilizing our wide variety of strength programs to incorporate an effective and specific program.
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