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Training Plans 2022

Training Plans

18 Week TRIPLE TRAINING PLAN + STRENGTH

Designed for people who can commit 4-7 hours per week or 8-12 hours per week. There will be a handful of longer rides planned on various weekends. Includes Strength Training (Fit Ball and a few dumbbells are more than adequate). 

Option A – Heart Rate Based

4-7 Hours / week average or 8-12 Hours / week average

Option B – Power Meter Based

4-7 Hours / week average or 8-12 Hours / week average

Training Plan begins on April 17th, 2021 – Strength Training begins NOW

$184

18 Week TRIPLE TRAINING PLAN

Designed for people who can commit 4-7 hours per week or 8-12 hours per week. There will be a handful of longer rides planned on various weekends. 

Option A – Heart Rate Based

4-7 Hours / week average or 8-12 Hours / week average

Option B – Power Meter Based

4-7 Hours / week average or 8-12 Hours / week average

Training Plan begins on April 17th, 2021 

$156

Power Meter OR Heart Rate Strap needed

This plan is more than just a time based plan. I feel strongly you need to train with either Heart Rate or a Power Meter to truly feel confident that you are READY. You also need a bike computer (sorry Strava doesn’t cut it). I am more than happy to talk with you about this, if you don’t have these tools and advise you. With or without a Training Plan I think a bike computer is a key piece of gear (save your phone for when you need it).

Training Plans are more than just a print out

Training for the Triple Bypass is not like training for a marathon or a 5K. You can’t just simply increase your milage every week up to 110m. Why? Because 100 miles in flatland Texas is a lot different to 100 miles in Colorado. Time in the saddle and incorporating climbing when you can is KEY. I understand that some of you live at lower elevation and don’t even have hills, let alone mountains. I do my vary best to provide options that will ensure you do the work to get ready. During the first 6 weeks I will also provide indoor trainer workouts as options.

This training plan also includes frequent emails with tips and tricks with such as clothing and nutrition. While this plan is not like working 1:1 with me, it is more personal than a stock plan you may find elsewhere. I will be on the course on the day, and you should consider me one of your biggest supporters. I do not want to see any of my athletes fail (yes you an athlete!).

A heart rate strap and/or a power meter is required for this training plan. A bike computer is strongly encouraged. 

High Road Coaching is based in Evergreen, Colorado and is a proud supporter of Team Evergreen and the Triple Bypass