Looking forward to watching your progress. I’ll be shamelessly nicking ideas for my plan to do it in 2023.A thread for 2019 goals and structured training.
Mine is training for PBP 2019 with a peak for my 600 in May then PBP next August. Aim is to lift my average speed from this year and improve the ease with which I complete the longer rides.
The only way I could do that now would be with a decent TT bike & a flat straight course.I hope I have time to commit to my training plan and get back to or better where I was in 2017. Being a wuss I prefer sporting TT courses that are not on busy roads and I would like to get back to a sub 25minutes 10miles.
I had a good comfortable PBP 2015. I did not need structure then as my daily commute gave an excellent base to everything else. But circumstances have changed since then, so I need to be more focused.Looking forward to watching your progress. I’ll be shamelessly nicking ideas for my plan to do it in 2023.
FTP test for me tomorrow all being well. Yes don't forget to work on aerobic threshold as well as the higher intensity efforts. A ride of at least two hours once a week will help set up the base to launch from.I’m just under 3W/kg at the mo. I have an FTP test coming up in a couple of weeks. We’ll see what happens.
I’m more interested in at least another year of building my aerobic base so I can sit on a bike all day and the next, and the next, and the next...
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