Cycling: Cyclist Base Period (Winter, Off-Season) Training: 4.75 to 9.0 hrs/wk

This 12-week plan is designed for a fit cyclist looking for a goal-oriented base building plan. You are doing two strength training workouts each week and most weeks include workouts six days per week. Rest weeks include only five workouts to help with recovery.

The cyclist using this training plan can handle three to four difficult training days per week. The last three large training weeks include two threshold workouts per week. This plan is for an aggressive cyclist.

The goals of this plan include:

- Consistent strength training now, that will translate to stronger, faster riding later

- Improve your five-mile aerobic time trial average speed or average power in 12 weeks

- Build your longest ride from 1:30 to 3:00

- Build weekend cycling hours from 2:30 to 4:45

- Build weekly training volume from 6:15 to 9:00

- Begin lactate threshold training in Week 5 of the plan and Week 9 includes two threshold training days

Please see the Plan Preview to determine if the first week of the training plan seems manageable to you. If the first week seems manageable and the plan goals are right where you want to head, this plan is right for you.

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