Category Workout

Workout: Feb. 1, 2021

Cadence. Cadence. Cadence, cadence, cadence, cadence. The word for today, kids, is cadence. It was an off-day for my Trainer Road program, so I did a bit of Zwifting. I tried to keep my cadence as high as possible, not… Continue Reading →

Workout: Jan. 31, 2021

Last workout of January, and I went Trainer Road again. Another 90-minute session, like yesterday. Another day of long intervals, but without the spikes. It was 5×10, rather than 4×12, so a bit more time pushing, although each was a… Continue Reading →

Workout: Jan. 30, 2021

Another TrainerRoad day. The focus today was on “Over/Unders.” The idea is that during the intervals, you alternate between running just under your FTP and just over—by about 5% each time. The intervals were 4×12. I’m getting comfortable enough now… Continue Reading →

Workout: Jan. 28, 2021

Only had time for a quick workout today. Given that, I wanted to work hard, so I did part of a Zwift race. It was in Watopia, and up into the volcano, including the volcano KOM (King Of the Mountain)…. Continue Reading →

Workout: Jan. 27, 2021

Today’s Zwift workout was all about cadence. I wanted to keep it as close to 95 rpm as possible, and keep up that rate for an hour (bad roads outside, so I’m sticking to my indoor trainer). Mission accomplished, as… Continue Reading →

Workout: Jan. 26, 2021

Today I did an hour-long TrainerRoad workout. It was another eye-opener. After a warm-up, I did leg isolations (i.e., pedaling with a single leg only, while the other dangles), and then the meat of the workout: cadence ladders. If that… Continue Reading →

Workout: Jan. 24, 2021

A mid-winter workout that was mostly working on form. Not trying to set any records. I wanted to keep my cadence high, focus on pedaling technique, and keep relaxed while pedaling. I didn’t want to go on this ride—at all…. Continue Reading →

Workout: Jan. 23, 2021

This is the first Zwift workout I’ve done with a training plan. The first of what I hope will be many. Not too stressful in terms of output, but challenging. A lot of “leg isolation,” which as I’ve recently learned,… Continue Reading →

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