B 1.1 Level Masters Base Period (Heart Rate)

Average Weekly Training Hours 04:27
Training Load By Week
Average Weekly Training Hours 04:27
Training Load By Week

The 8 week plan starts out with some basic aerobic capacity building. The first 4-5 weeks sets a solid fitness foundation with the final 3-4 weeks building in tempo efforts. The plan will end with a capstone 2.5 hour aerobic extensive ride. Also, during the first few weeks you will gain a better understanding of how to use Training Peaks systems and develop training zones to make training more effective. What athletes will need: 1) Open to new ideas and training 2) Uploaded able cycling computer 3) Heart rate or power meter. 4) Computer in order to view Training Peaks and upload ride information 5) Training time 4-6 hours of ride time and 1 hour of strength per week 6) Strength training is body weight only for this plan Plan Benefits: 1) Two 4 week training blocks set up to be completed using feel, heart rate or power. 2) Start-up coaching call or email (15-20 minute phone call) 3) Mid-point review upon request. Send us a email request and we will review your training 4) Endurance Custom Strength training program included 5) Discounted additional coaching consults as needed along the way.

Sample Day 2
1:05:00
60.8TSS
Aerobic Base

WU:
10-15 min warm up, progressing
TARGET: RPE 3
CADENCE: Self selected with 2 x 1 minute Fast Pedals to wake up legs (90 rpm or more)
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MS:
Ride prescribed time in Endurance zone
TARGET: RPE 5
CADENCE: 85-105 rpm. Vary cadence throughout ride and work on pedaling form.
TERRAIN: Flat to rolling
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CD:
Cool down 5-15 minutes
TARGET: RPE 3
CADENCE: small chain ring

Sample Day 3
1:25:00
80.8TSS
Aerobic Base

WU:
10-15 min warm up, progressing to Zone 2
TARGET: RPE 3
CADENCE: Self selected with 2 x 1 minute Fast Pedals to wake up legs (90 rpm or more)
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MS:
Ride prescribed time in Endurance zone
TARGET: RPE 5
CADENCE: 85-90 rpm, during the ride work in 8-10 x 1 minutes high cadence efforts. On the high cadence efforts spin 90 plus without bouncing. Sprinkle these in as you wish during loop;
TERRAIN: Flat to rolling

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CD:
Cool down 5-15 minutes
TARGET: RPE 3
CADENCE: small chain ring

Sample Day 6
1:45:00
100.8TSS
Aerobic Base

WU:
10-15 min warm up, progressing to Zone 2
TARGET: RPE 3
CADENCE: Self selected with 2 x 1 minute Fast Pedals to wake up legs (90 rpm or more)
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MS:
Ride prescribed time in Endurance zone
TARGET: RPE 5
CADENCE: 85-105 rpm. Vary cadence throughout ride and work on pedaling form.
TERRAIN: Flat to rolling
NOTE: longest ride of the week look to perform 1-2 long loops to get in the ride time needed.
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CD:
Cool down 5-15 minutes
TARGET: RPE 3
CADENCE: small chain ring

Sample Day 8
0:52:30
49.4TSS
Zone Development (VO2)

WU:
10-15 min warm up, progressing
TARGET: RPE 3
CADENCE: Self selected with 2 x 1 minute Fast Pedals to wake up legs (90 rpm or more)

MS1:
3 x 90 sec opener Intervals
TARGET: RPE 8 out of 10
REST: 3 minutes between of easy riding after first two then 3-5 minutes after last interval to recover before MS2:
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MS1: 4-minute hard effort. This 4-minute effort should be done at maximum. Start the effort at a high pace, but not so hard that you cannot finish strong. Really hammer out the last 45 seconds. The goal is to generate a max 4-minute Vo2 Max effort
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CD:
Cool down 15-20 minutes
TARGET: RPE 3
CADENCE: small chain ring

Sample Day 9
1:00:00
40TSS
Active Recovery

MS: You get faster when you're resting and recovering, not when you're working hard! Rest days are about going easy enough to really allow your legs to recover, so no efforts over RPE 3 today. Take it easy and look at the scenery.

Sample Day 10
1:18:30
79.9TSS
Zone Development (25 minutes)

WU:
10-15 min warm up, progressing
TARGET: RPE 3
CADENCE: Self selected with 2 x 1 minute Fast Pedals to wake up legs (90 rpm or more)

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MS1:
3 x 90 sec opener intervals
TARGET: RPE 8
REST: 3 minutes between of easy riding after first two then 3-5 minutes after last interval to recover before MS2:
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MS2: 25 minute time trial. Try to do this on a road that is fairly flat and allows you to put out strong, steady effort for the entire period. Don’t start too hard!
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CD:
Cool down 15 minutes
TARGET: RPE 4
CADENCE: small chain ring

Sample Day 13
1:45:00
100.8TSS
Aerobic Base

WU:
10-15 min warm up, progressing to Zone 2
TARGET: RPE 3
CADENCE: Self selected with 2 x 1 minute Fast Pedals to wake up legs (90 rpm or more)
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MS:
Ride prescribed time in Endurance zone
TARGET: RPE 5
CADENCE: 85-105 rpm. Vary cadence throughout ride and work on pedaling form.
TERRAIN: Flat to rolling
NOTE: longest ride of the week look to perform 1-2 long loops to get in the ride time needed.
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CD:
Cool down 5-15 minutes
TARGET: RPE 3
CADENCE: small chain ring

Roy Foley
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