Hi guys, I’ve been a fairly regular cyclist now for a few years. There have been a few breaks in that time, usually over the winter, but this year I made sure I had winter kit and got a few rides in during the cold weather. I don’t have a power meter so I know I can’t really be accurate but generally my strava estimated power and zwift power using my weight/speed/heart rate gives me an FTP of 123. I’m 90kg so I know this figure is awful. I cycle generally 15-20 mile a few nights a week after work and when I get a chance at the weekends. I tend to find the fastest I can go on the flats is 15mph average speed, maybe 16 if I’m feeling fresh. Atm I can barely manage more than 13 but that’s probably because I haven’t been out much over winter. I’ve started an FTP training plan on zwift, what else should I be doing? Obviously I’m trying to trim down a bit although a lot of my weight is leg muscle and shoulder. I don’t generally feel like I’m improving much, I tried the man of sperrin sportive easy route last year and had to turn back at the top of the first mountain, having stopped about 5 times on the way up, my heart rate was going 205 so I was close to passing out. Another guy who wasn’t a cyclist and was taking part because his brother organised it, was able to get up the hills fine. I want to be able to go to climbs and not worry another whether I will even get up it or not, never mind speed.