Should You Be Doing Specificity Training Year Round? with Coach Isaiah
Coach Isaiah comes on the podcast today to explain whether or not you should be doing specificity training year round. Isaiah defines 'specificity' in terms of power output, skills, training on (or up/down) certain terrain, equipment, nutrition and of course duration. We also break down which specifics apply to what phases of your training such as off season weights, sweet spot base, intervals or in season racing.
It's a good time of year to start thinking about the demands your target races will require and how you might train specifically for them. From nutrition to skills and drills, specificity is one thing you can control during the hectic uncertainty of 2020!
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Foundation : 3 Weeks
- Perfect for all cyclists beginning off season training
- Raise your CTL and the all-important muscle tension intervals
Phil Gaimon's FONDO
- Complete similar workouts to what Phil does to prepare for all his KOM's
- Sweet Spot training, threshold intervals, and some anaerobic work