Packed full of flavour and colour this meal is very vibrant.
Finishing the workout with some faster sprints helps to develop your finishing speed for races. This session is perfect for Ironman and Olympic distance triathletes or people doing longer Ocean Swims.
Continue reading “Saturday Swim Session: 100’s then 50’s”
This is a hard VO2 Max workout that develops your ability to sustain your top end intensity and enhance your ability to run fast. This is a beneficial workout that all runners, as well as triathletes, will gain from.
Continue reading “Friday Fartlek Run – Mixed Intervals 1:00, 2:00, 4:00, 2:00, 1:00”
“Training for excellence, with excellent training.”
Functional Threshold Power (FTP) is a key determinant of cycling fitness. By enhancing your FTP by definition you will be a fitter, faster cyclist. You will increase your FTP by ~14.8% by following this programme. Continue reading “Thursday Training Plan – 6 Week Functional Threshold Power (FTP) CYCLING Training Plan”
This session is perfect for improving your top end sprint ability. By increasing your top intensity your overall ability will also be enhanced. This will benefit all cyclists whether a road cyclist, a triathlete or mountain biker.
Marlborough didn’t turn on the weather for our stay but thankfully the sun did shine the day we left to come home. So Nanny and the kids headed to the beach and I caught up with Ray for a coffee. I decided to run in the sun before we headed home, simply because once home late it becomes a mission. Always good to just get it done… but it just felt hard. Continue reading “Lisa’s Journey Week 8: It’s the final meltdown…”
Recently I caught up with Stuart Payne who coaches triathletes through his business Ready To Tri in North Brisbane, Australia.
This literally vanished down the families throats for desert when I prepared it and the kids were looking for seconds.
Mixing in a range of strokes into your training you will develop your feel for the water. This session is perfect for Ironman and Olympic distance triathletes or people doing longer Ocean Swims.
Continue reading “Saturday Swim Session: IM Doesn’t Just Mean Ironman”
With Training Peaks publishing the power profiles for some of the professionals riding the Tour de France this year, I’ve taken some time to look over their profiles to break it down and give you a bit more understanding of it. Here is my analysis of both Lawson Craddock (EF Education-Drapac) and Mikel Nieve (Michelton-Scott) during the 181km Stage 6 to Mur-de-Bretagne. Continue reading “2018 Tour de France Stage 6 Power Analysis”