This plan starts March 19th, 7 weeks before collegiate nationals. Our plan is specific to either the Rocky Mountain Collegiate Conference OR the Mid-West (MWCCC) collegiate conference spring season. By now hopefully you have a good base of fitness by completing some tempo and sweet spot training. The first two weeks of the plan include start of some intensity with Vo2 Max intervals and threshold over under efforts. The threshold over / under efforts are to help prepare for the time trails and more importantly the team trial as that is a big team event. With an off weekend the first week of the plan there is a nationals simulation training weekend. After the first rest week training resumes with more Vo2 max intervals to prepare for the short hard efforts of raining and hills found on the road race course. You will also do some sweet spot burst efforts which has a two prawn effect. First you will be able to build and maintain aerobic fitness with sweet spot, but by adding the burst it makes the efforts more race specific by training your body to be able to clear out lactic acid on the move. After regionals you will begin to taper and do some race specific intervals including hill sprints, similar to the finish of the road race and then race winning move.
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