deepakvrao wrote:Sleep pattern changing is I think a sign of over training, but not the cold business. I read somewhere that a trend of a rising resting HR along with a diminishing performance are some of the signs of over training. Say poorer timings on the same known route etc.
RNair wrote:Pankaj, The training program that we have followed here is 3 months and it starts NOW for you after you are done with base building!! The 1st month is all Intervals on 39 and also hill repeats on 39. The 53 is in the second month.
I think that you guys should seriously consider offering a training program for the Bangalore cyclists once you are through with your training. I am sure many would be interested in joining in.
Pankaj_Chuladhara wrote:Do I do interval training on all days of a week? I generally ride 4 (weekdays) + 1 (weekend) days.
And for the first 3 weeks of first month (on 39) should I do the intervals on a flat terrain or a rolling one is fine?
deepakvrao wrote:averaged upwards of 39kmph on the MTB
sumitpal wrote:deepakvrao wrote:averaged upwards of 39kmph on the MTB
Just to set the record straight, I did the weekly TT on the MTB in the reverse direction this time which has a net elevation gain and so power/weight ratio would matter and the truth would come out. I averaged 33kmph on the 15km course and I was pretty satisfied with the effort. The bike matters when climbs are involved, one more reason to get the Kona 29er .
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