A plan based around turbo work for short range - 10 mile and/or 25 mile TT races.
On average the training load is spread over 4 turbo sessions per week and should build form and race speed towards the end of the program.
Users should be at a good level of fitness at the start of the program - The schedule could be extended to accommodate for specific individuals needs if required (on request).
The sessions will cover mostly threshold work, either looking for long stints beneath FTP, to help push it up or shorter efforts above FTP to pull it up.
As the schedule progresses, there will be a mixture of under, overs, and mixing them altogether to really push the body and your limits.
Use this session to establish your FTP/HR threshold and set up your zones.
If you would like more help in this area, please email for assistance.
Working aerobically on the base and sub FTP. In these sessions with more controlled, longer efforts, you can on technique, cadence, positioning etc.
Aim to keep cadence high (90-100 rpm) as the pressure builds through each set. Don't get carried away too early or think they are too easy - they will start to bite by the end.