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Fitness Booster, 12 hours (4 weeks) RideAndRace

Includes Structured Workouts

Structured Workouts automatically sync with compatible devices and guide you through workouts in real time.

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Rafeeq Safodien

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4 Weeks

Includes Structured Workouts

Structured Workouts automatically sync with compatible devices and guide you through workouts in real time.

Learn More about Structured Workouts.

Plan Description

The goal of this four-week cycle is to raise your Vo2Max and Threshold, enabling you to increase the power you can produce at all intensity. The plan includes a power zones, perceived exertion and heart rate zones are also included so even if you don't train with power, this plan will still work for you.


Who this is not for:
Sedentary person, someone coming back from injury or recreational cyclists. If you fall into this category then it would be best to consult a GP and a coach.


Who this is for:
This training plan is for a well trained cyclist, accustomed to training +10 hours per week, who may be experiencing a plateau and wants to take their fitness to the next level.


The plan is re-usable.
Daily sessions with recommended power, heart-rate and or RPE targets
This plan works with power only and based on Coggan's training zones.
Downloadable workouts for Garmin, Wahoo, Zwift and ERG file format for smart indoor trainers.

A good level of endurance fitness.
10-14 hours per week to train.
An indoor trainer is recommended but not essential.
Highly recommend that you use a powermeter, however the workout descriptions includes heart-rate (associated with Coggan's power levels) and RPE targets.


During the first, second and third week your training includes two key HIIT workouts with endurance maintenance rides, active recovery rides and off days in between to ensure that are you well rested and able to reach recommended targets on the HIIT days. The structured HIIT sessions are difficult but doable, and limited to no more than 80 minutes - includes a warm up, interval set with recovery and a cool down. The fourth week is your rest period where you can recover from the accumulated fatigue that you have built up in the last three weeks.


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Training Plan Sample Week


Average Weekly Breakdown

Workouts Weekly Average Longest Workout
Bike x6
11:36 hrs 4:00 hrs
Day Off x1
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Workouts Per Week Weekly Average Longest Workout
11:36 hrs 4:00 hrs
Day Off
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Training Load By Week

This plan works best with the following fitness devices:

  • Power Meter
  • Heart Rate Monitor

All supported devices

Rafeeq Safodien


As a coach and an athlete specializing in solo 12 hour, 24 hour and single stage semi-supported or unsupported ultra distance cycling, however I do enjoy working with cyclists, non-racer or racer, men and women who compete in shorter events, be it road, gravel or mountain bike. My coaching is based on research, practical knowledge and personal experience, and it reflects in my programs which are tailored, simple and easy to follow. To learn more about my services please go to

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