I guarantee no one has ever over estimated their off season losses
All of it
Fifty is not going to cut it. Was thinking 100.
I long to have enough power to be able to lose 70w between peak and trough... that would almost be equivalent of me losing a whole leg!
Just remember where it comes from though. I'm probably carrying around some of your spare legs.
Depends what it was.
Let's have a complete shot in the dark at 33W
Exactly, what was it and how much were you riding a week?
OK cool. There are short and longer events in between I will probably do if they are running for the BBAR.
What does one do 9 months out from HC season?
11W per month isn't an unreasonable loss. Especially over xmas period.
TrainerRoad's got me doing almost two full training cycles. Just sweetspot base just now.
Over Christmas I was on a high gravity plan.
Gonna change that to Short Track actually, looks more appropriate to HCs.
What's a gravity block look like? Never come across that before.
Can't even see it in the training plans section of the website
Speciality > Off Road
gotcha just blind i think
Looks almost identical to their cyclocross training plan.
think I'll do the zwift FTP builder training plan ("build me up") that everyone complains about and says is pish. anyone done it ? my training goals are to emerge in spring and kick fsck out of all the club mates who usually kick fsck out of me
How should I decide on Trainerroad volume for sweetspot base? I was averaging 10 hours a week over the summer on the road and around 12h for festive 500. Should I pick high volume sweetspot base to reflect the time I can handle?
I heard TR was supposed to be more efficient, so is the idea that I could do mid volume (~6hrs/wk) and get the same benefits of high volume, unstructured outdoor riding?
TR and TP TSS is not the same, so I’m not sure I can compare that.
How many h a week over last 4 weeks?
And no, get fit quick schemes are like loose weight quick!
39 over past 4. Unstructured and outdoors.
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