High Intensity HIIT Plan (8hr/wk over 12 weeks) (TID = 55:15:30)
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Welcome to the FFT HIIT cycling plan based on the science of Seiler. This plan emphasizes high intensity (30%) and low intensity (55%) with some threshold (15%). Many sesions are intervals: Milanovic et al. (2016) reported a greater response to interval training relative to continuous training at equal training volume.
This plan can be for sprinters but it doesnt have to be: it is a good HIIT plan for any cyclist. It is best suited to improvers, regular cyclists and advanced who want to raise their aerobic and anaerobic base ready for next season. Not the best for beginners but very good for anyone polishing their riding for a race event. The plan is "polarized" using principles of Seiler but with a strong emphasis on HIIT.
Beginner ✩✩✭✩✩ Pro
anaerobic build: ✭✭✭✭✭
aerobic build: ✭✭✩✩✩
FTP build: ✭✭✭✩✩
TIPS AND ADVICE
• Establish a regular workout routine
• If the weather is bad, train indoors but don’t skip entirely
• Ride easy on easy session days (probably easier than you think)
• By all means ride with friends but not if they destroy your training plan
• Don’t avoid the training session you are weak at; it is there for a reason!
• Don’t be tough on yourself if you have a bad session
• In each session start moderately, progress firmly and finish strong!
• Have a goal, visualize your goal and know why you are training.
Best of luck from the Fastfitness.tips team!
Training Plan Sample Week
Average Weekly Breakdown
|Workouts||Weekly Average||Longest Workout|
|6:23 hrs||2:31 hrs|
|0:50 hrs||0:30 hrs|
|0:03 hrs||0:20 hrs|
|Workouts Per Week||Weekly Average||Longest Workout|
||6:23 hrs||2:31 hrs|
||0:50 hrs||0:30 hrs|
||0:03 hrs||0:20 hrs|