Bronze Medal at the World Championships – Age Group 45-49
“I must say that almost all my training was done on the road or the turbo as I don’t live anywhere near a track, so you can imagine my delight when I went to the Worlds and won bronze.”
There is no one-size-fits-all answer when it comes to cycling training, but the principles in Time Effective Cycling Training can help any cyclist achieve their goals. Whether you’re an amateur racer or training for a world championship, these principles can help you make the most of your time on the bike.
Here is a case story about how time effective training principles helped Peter Ettles win a bronze medal at the World Championships (age group 45-49).
Read the full story about Peter Ettles’ pursuit training.
Time Effective Cycling Training = Success
“I did a modified version of the vo2 max booster. Over 14 days, I did roughly 12 of the intervals (i was doing a lot of teaching at that point in time) and increased my 5-minute power from 377 to 404 watts at 185 pounds.”
“I have improved my Vo2max test result by more than 40 watts in just two months with only approx 6 hours weekly training.”
The Story Behind the 12-Week Winter Training Program
“Currently I train app. 7hrs per week and feel very competitive even though my training volume has been less than 1/3 of many of my competitors’.”
The 12-week winter training program has been updated with training zones for pacing, making it easier for cyclists to train according to their individual fitness levels. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced cyclist, this program will help you stay fit and improve your cycling performance during the winter.
Read the full story behind the 12-Week Winter Training Program
How to Become Stronger Without Adding Muscle Mass
Weight lifting is a great way to keep you fit during the winter, but is it better than cycling training? There is no scientific proof that weight lifting during the off-season is better than cycling training, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try it! This weight lifting experiment will help you become stronger without adding muscle mass.
What is the weight penalty on Alpe d’Huez?
If you’re a serious cyclist, you’ve probably wondered how much difference it would make if you made your bike lighter. Well, now there’s a way to find out! In this article, we’ll describe a study that compares the performance of a heavier bike against a lighter one. Find out how much bike weight matters!