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Winter Power Based Including Gym, 3 months 10 hours

This plan is aimed at the rider who would like some structure to follow through the winter months. You will have 4 bike sessions with 2 gym sessions per week, as well as a day off. For use with power measurement.

This will ensure the body stays in good condition and will target building your threshold. There is a nice balance of time to allow the full time worker to fit the workouts in without tipping the balance the wrong way. There is a mixture of bike, and gym work. The bike sessions can be done indoor or outdoor with the midweek sessions mainly aimed at turbo use to avoid the dark nights.

Any terrain can be used as there is specific work in each workout to fit varied terrain. Weekend rides have an outline for you to follow which can fit in with riding with friends or a group, have your friends join in on some of the workouts to challenge each other. The key here is consistency, once you can stay fairly consistent with the plan then the fitness will come.

You will be provided with a basic training peaks account for this which allows you to log and view your workouts as you go along.
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Winter Heart Rate Based Including Gym, 3 months 10 hours per week

This plan is aimed at the rider who would like some structure to follow through the winter months including 2 gym workouts per week.

This will ensure the body stays in good condition and will target building your threshold. There is a nice balance of time to allow the full time worker to fit the workouts in without tipping the balance the wrong way.
There is a mixture of bike, and gym work. The bike sessions can be done indoor or outdoor with the midweek sessions mainly aimed at turbo use to avoid the dark nights. Any terrain can be used as there is specific work in each workout to fit varied terrain.

Weekend rides have an outline for you to follow which can fit in with riding with friends or a group, have your friends join in on some of the workouts to challenge each other. The key here is consistency, once you can stay fairly consistent with the plan then the fitness will come.

You will be provided with a basic training peaks account for this which allows you to log and view your workouts as you go along.
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Local Isle of Man race plan 2015, Heart rate based

This plan is based around the first 10 weeks of the local Isle of Man road and time trial race season.

It includes the 10 league, Thursday handicaps, plus Sunday races. This is aimed at those working full time who are able to train between 8-10 hours per week.

The workouts are structured around the race calendar with the focus on being fresh for race days. This starts off with the first week leading into the first road event, and assumes you have already had a good build throughout the winter.

Training zones are based on Heart Rate, with a threshold test in your first week to determine your specific zones.

You will be provided with a basic training peaks account for this which allows you to log and view your workouts as you go along.
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Local Isle of Man race plan 2015, Power based

This plan is based around the first 10 weeks of the local Isle of Man road and time trial race season.

It includes the 10 league, Thursday handicaps, plus Sunday races.
This is aimed at those working full time who are able to train between 8-10 hours per week.

The workouts are structured around the race calendar with the focus on being fresh for race days. This starts off with the first week leading into the first road event, and assumes you have already had a good build throughout the winter.

Training zones are based on power, with a threshold test in your first week to determine your specific zones.

You will be provided with a basic training peaks account for this which allows you to log and view your workouts as you go along.
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