Masters training plans with an average of 6 hours per week training, working towards a stronger and faster 10 mile/ 16km time trial or similar distance. These plans are available for classic
power zones that are based off FTP. However, if you want the next level of customisation included in your plan; then one of the WKO5 plans might be right up your street
if you have the offline workout analytical engine that is WKO5. If you don't; you can download it to use with one of the plans designed to work with it. The advantage you
will have is power targets in your plan that are based from every area of your power duration curve (PDC) and not just based off FTP. This means that for much shorter
or longer intervals, your targets are less likley to be beyond your reach but push you harder and manage your fatigue more effectively, to help you get to your new personal best.
You can start your training with a base period to get you ready during pre season. Once you complete that, the peak period plan will get you to your fatsest point of the year.
If your goal event is much sooner than 24 weeks away, then you can go for just the peak period on it's own. The best value plan is to buy the peak and base together.
Custom training plans with a 360º approach to your unique physiology and goals with actionable feedback for the data driven cyclist, explained simply with a personal touch from an expert cycling coach.
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