bicicleta, December 4, 2012
Some tips on timing of intervals for your high intensity sessions:
I have watched a few of your vids. Some good tips.
Right now I just want to get back on the bike but I have a leg injury which is preventing me. ( along with frustrating me )
posted by Super Domestique [1000 posts] 4th December 2012 - 14:09
Have a butchers at this site http://lvrc.org/ and navigate yourself to the training pages, a cyclist coaching. And no I don't race (the clues in the name!) but intervals are pretty good. I particularly liked the Russian steps. However if your coming back from injury, base fitness first. Regular steady efforts, for a short while - afore ye go hammer & tongs.
To slo to live, to slo to die! ::-}
posted by OldnSlo [84 posts] 5th December 2012 - 8:40
Thanks. Still waiting on the ok from the dr's to get back on the bike. Although 1) trying to get an appointment that isn't 10 days away is a nightmare (who knows they are going to be unwell 10 days in advance!)
2) at times the injury is feeling worse than when I last saw them (2 wks ago).
Ah! the joy!!!!
posted by Super Domestique [1000 posts] 5th December 2012 - 13:19
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