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Thursday Training Plan: Cycling FTP Power Boost Training Plan (Intermediate 16 week Plan)

As you work your way through this training programme you’ll build your Functional Threshold Power (FTP). With regular FTP tests every 4 weeks you’ll be able to measure and see your progress.
Designed for Intermediate cyclists and triathletes who have at least 16 weeks prior to their event. This plan is to prepare you to COMPETE in YOUR event at a higher level than you previously have.

Lisa’s Journey, Week 40: My 40th (Week), Feels Like I Should Have Cake & A Party…

40 weeks, 280 days, approximately nine months since starting this blog and journey. I can’t say this blog gets any easier to write, but the journey does somewhat. My only hope is someone reads it and if they haven’t started their journey that they do. You… do!!

Wednesday Windtainer Workout: 90sec Hill Reps

This session is a great way to develop your anaerobic capacity. It is perfect for road cyclists and mountain bikers but also for Olympic distance and Half Ironman/70.3 triathletes.

Repeat Client – Marcus Hull

I first started training with Ray in 2004. The previous year I had done the Round Taupo Cycle Challenge in 5.10. I decided I needed to train smarter with the limited time I had due to work commitments- with the…

Wednesday Windtrainer Workout: Triathlon Time Trial Intervals

This session is a great way to develop your ability to ride hard for 40km, as in an Olympic distance triathlon or a cycle Time Trial (TT).  It is also good for road racing and handling surges in pace when responding to…

Wednesday Windtrainer Workout: Big Gear Pyramid Session

This session is a great way to develop your ability to ride hard for 40km, as in an Olympic distance triathlon or a cycle Time Trial (TT).  It is also good for road racing and handling surges in pace when responding to…

Wednesday Windtrainer Workout: Pyramid Session

This session is a great way to develop your ability to ride hard for 40km, as in an Olympic distance triathlon or a cycle Time Trial (TT).  It is also good for road racing and handling surges in pace when responding to…

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