Register | Login
Attackpoint - performance and training tools for orienteering athletes

Training Log Archive: GD44

In the 1 days ending Feb 11:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Cycling - turbo 1 1:09:59 25.11(2:47) 40.41(1:44)
  Commute2 53:56 12.57(4:17) 20.23(2:40) 31
  Total2 2:03:55 37.68(3:17) 60.64(2:03) 31

«»
2:03
0:00
» now
Tu

Tuesday Feb 11 #

7 AM

Commute 25:52 [1] 10.57 km (2:27 / km) +5m 2:26 / km
ahr:115 max:129

RTW

Dry but a little windy.

6 PM

Commute 28:04 [1] 9.66 km (2:54 / km) +26m 2:52 / km
ahr:109 max:129

RHFW

High winds, rain and hailstones!

Cycling - turbo 1:09:59 intensity: (47:13 @1) + (1:41 @2) + (1:12 @3) + (16 @4) + (19:37 @5) 40.41 km (1:44 / km)
ahr:122 max:163

THAT WAS HARD!!!!!!!!!!!

https://www.trainerroad.com/career/garydavies44/ri...


ZoneZoneDurationDurationPercentLowHigh
0Coasting00:00:0000:00:000.0%00
1Active Recovery00:47:1300:47:1367.5%1143
2Endurance00:01:4100:01:412.4%143198
3Tempo00:01:0800:01:121.6%198229
 Sweet Spot00:00:04 0.1%229247
4Threshold00:00:1600:00:160.4%247276
5VO2 Max00:15:3900:19:3722.4%276315
 Anaerobic00:03:58 5.7%3153000


Description
Mills consists of 3 sets of 3x2-minute VO2max repeats each starting at 120% FTP and finishing at 110% FTP.

3-minute recoveries fall between intervals and 6-minute recoveries separate the sets.

Goals
By working at very high percentages of pVO2max (power at peak aerobic uptake) which is well above FTP, riders can see tremendous improvements in both aerobic and anaerobic power, all in very little time.

Not only can VO2max repeats improve VO2max itself, they can have positive effects on muscle endurance and most importantly aerobic endurance capabilities which is especially important for riders working on a very limited amount of weekly training hours.

In far less time than that required by traditional base training, riders can develop aerobic capabilities on par with those gained via long hours of long, slow distance - little time, high stress, comparable adaptation.

The specific objective here is repeatable power output such that you finish each interval... barely.

This might require some trial and error and it's likely to change as your fitness improves as you may be able to sustain power longer, you may be able to increase your power, you may be able to repeat efforts with less rest.

Adjust the Workout Intensity as you see fit, but make each one of these mean something, make the closing 30-60 seconds a true act of will, every time.

Try to keep your cadence high, 100+rpm if you can control that much leg speed without bouncing, and do your best to keep that quick spin even as you fatigue.

« Earlier | Later »