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Weight Lifting for Cycling

Designed By Coach Frank

Increase your Functional Threshold Power this winter with our 10-week training plan. Weight lifting for cycling aka resistance training ‘works’ and we’ve been coaching cyclists thru the following 4 phase, cycling specific resistance training program for 15 years.  During this weight lifting program, cyclists build muscle (heavy lifting), train that new muscle to produce great force and then thru neuromuscular sprint workouts teach that new muscle to fire at speeds specific to cycling (high-velocity lifting). Listen to the Weight Lifting Podcast here!

What you get:

  • FREE TrainingPeaks Account (30 Days Premium)
  • FREE YogaGlo Membership (60 Days)
  • 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Back
  • Mobile App (iOS and Droid)
  • Coaching Support in a Private Facebook Group
  • Foundations Back Strengthening
  • REVO Strength & Conditioning Videos
  • Daily Email Workout Reminders
  • GPS, Heart Rate, and Power Data Uploads
  • Strength & Conditioning Routines with Video

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Weight lifting for cycling training plan. Cycling Specific Resistance Training described here.  Four Phases with accompanying neuromuscular sprint work to accentuate the gym work to make the weightlifting cycling specific.

Increase your Functional Threshold Power this winter with our 10-week training plan. Weight lifting for cycling aka resistance training ‘works’ and we’ve been coaching cyclists thru the following 4 phase, cycling specific resistance training program for 15 years.  During this weight lifting program, cyclists build muscle (heavy lifting), train that new muscle to produce great force and then thru neuromuscular sprint workouts teach that new muscle to fire at speeds specific to cycling (high-velocity lifting).  “Speeds specific to cycling” is the secret sauce of this program and this weight lifting is made cycling specific by the velocity of the lifts plus the neuromuscular sprint workouts that are coupled to the Strength and Power Phases. Listen to the Weight Lifting Podcast here!

This plan is perfect for the cyclist to begin in the Fall or early Winter (October/November/December/January/February) to prepare for the Spring/Summer season.  Or for the Cyclocross Athlete to begin January – March.

Questions about this training plan? See our FAQ below or email/call: help@fascatcoaching.com or 720.406.7444

100% Satisfaction Guaranteed: if you are unsatisfied with the plan, your performance, anything, we will refund your plan at any time.

5 reviews for Weight Lifting for Cycling

  1. Michael

    This is a great plan for building some strength. It will really help you build that strong force in your legs before you translate it into that sweet spot on there next plan!

  2. Andrew Chandler

    I have been racing for a few years now and have done plenty of power training and weight training. But, this has been the best way to start my training so far! I’ve always had a problem when it comes to closing gaps where I have plenty of power left, but I just feel like my muscles won’t spin the pedals to put the power down. With this plan, closing gaps has been a piece of cake. It gave me that extra bit of muscle strength that I need to dig deep. In no way am I saying that it will raise your FTP, but it just feels so much easier to pedal now. I can’t brag enough about how this plan has made pedaling feel effortless!

  3. Kevin Scott

    I found this plan very beneficial. I can “punch” with an explosion of watts like I never have before. I’m new to weight exercises with my legs. The plan was easy to understand and follow. Trust the plan! I’m finishing out my ten weeks with some of the best fitness I’ve seen in years!

  4. Matt

    This plan rocked and provided me with the base of strength that is so often overlooked by endurance athletes. Its doesn’t matter how good the engine is if the car is ready to fall apart! I feel strong and ready for the heart of cycling season having put the time into this plan over the winter and early spring.

  5. Fred

    a very good winter training plan for endurance athletes, I found positive adaptations after a few days, next stop sweet spot part 1

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Duration

10 Weeks

Plan Type

Basic (4-8 hours/week), Intermediate (8-12 hours/week), Advanced (12-16+ hours/week)

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