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Knowledge level: Intermediate

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Article posted: 15/04/2015

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If you’ve followed the Foundation Plan and then either the Intermediate or Advanced Training plans, you will now be perfectly prepared to tackle your target sportives or to achieve your racing aspirations. To enable you to carry on making progress, work your training around your racing and sportives and to ensure you’re recovering and tapering optimally, we’ve produced two levels of rolling modular plans that will allow you to construct your own flexible bespoke plan.

Follow this explanation for how to use the Intermediate / Advanced Modular plans. 

Intermediate

Build Week 1

Build Week 2

Build Week 3

Build Week 4

14 Days from the Event

Event  Week

Post Event Week

Back to Back Event Week

Advanced

Build Week 1

Build Week 2

Build Week 3

Build Week 4

14 Days from the Event

Event  Week

Post Event Week

Back to Back Event Week

It is recommended that riders who are injured, new to exercise or have health concerns do not take part in cycling training plans or fitness tests. The plans and tests assume a level of existing fitness and if you are in any doubt as to their suitability then you should consult your Doctor before undertaking any physical activity or testing. These plans are also unsuitable for children or young adults under the age of 18, unless under the direct supervision of a Level 3 Qualified British Cycling Coach. We would direct those who are 16 and under to British Cycling’s Go-Ride programme, details for which can be found here.

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