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Base Building Training Plan, Coggan Classic Zones, 14 wks, Power Based structured workout

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Charles Kyle

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Length

14 Weeks

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Plan Description

Base Building Training Plan, Coggan Classic Zones, 14 wks, Power Based structured workout

Base Building Power Based Training Plan


written by Chuck Kyle master coach with KyleCoaching


Heart Rate structured training plan


Plan overview

Designed for Beginner to Intermediate cyclists who use TrainingPeaks and Power Based Training, this training plan helps you increase your Fitness.  You can ride either on a trainer or outside.  The strength and conditioning training part of the program is best executed in a home gym or gym facility.

This plan lasts 14-weeks (bike workout averages about 4-5 hours a week, conditioning averages 1.5 hours, and strength an additional 2 hours), helping you build a solid aerobic foundation so you can begin training for your next event.

During the first two weeks, we determine your training zones and focus on anatomical adaptation, "getting ready to train".  In the next 12-weeks, we teach your body to utilize oxygen as efficiently as possible. We build your aerobic engine.  Daily workouts range from structured time on the bike and other aerobic conditioning exercises to sport-specific weight-lifting exercises.  This plan contains mostly sub-threshold work and can be used with Coggan Classic Training Zones.

When you look at the cycling workouts in TrainingPeaks, you have a choice to use the traditional or structured workout format.  Certain devices (Wahoo, Garmin, Zwift, TrainerRoad, Racermate, and more) load the workouts automatically, allowing you to see the workout and your specific interval numbers directly on the device (structured format).

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Training Plan Sample Week

Stats

Average Weekly Breakdown

Workouts Weekly Average Longest Workout
Bikex3
5:31 hrs 3:00 hrs
Day Offx2
—— ——
Strengthx2
2:04 hrs 1:15 hrs
Otherx2
1:30 hrs 1:00 hrs
X-Trainx1
0:42 hrs 1:00 hrs
Workouts Per Week Weekly Average Longest Workout
Bike
5:31 hrs 3:00 hrs
Day Off
—— ——
Strength
2:04 hrs 1:15 hrs
Other
1:30 hrs 1:00 hrs
X-Train
0:42 hrs 1:00 hrs

Training Load By Week


This plan works best with the following fitness devices:

  • Power Meter

All supported devices

Charles Kyle, NPTI-CPT

KyleCoaching, LLC

Achieving success is a common goal, although the definition and its path are as varied as opinions of the best tire pressure to use during a muddy, wintery cyclocross race. While Feed Zone cookies may be a great recovery food after a race, a cookie cutter approach is something you will not experience with us.

Chuck combines lessons learned from years of racing with the most recent innovations in exercise science literature to craft training plans and programs that deliver measurable results.