Tag: plts

How To Do A Functional Threshold Power (FTP) Test

– Coming up are some tips on how to nail a Functional Threshold Power test. A test that John here, is, almost willingly about to undertake. (intense music) Yeah sorry John. Now, the reason for doing a test like an FTP test, is that knowing that piece of information is really important, in being able […]

Strength Session On The Passo Falzarego | Improve Your Pedalling Torque

(upbeat music) – Hello, and welcome to a GCN strength training session. In this we’re going to be building that all important leg strength by doing torque intervals. So that’s where, using low cadence work in order to really put some stress on our muscles. Now we’re doing it in the beautiful surroundings of the […]

Cadence Training With GCN | Over/Under Interval Workout On The Passo Sella

– Welcome to our indoor session focusing on threshold, running up threshold, and taking us up the beautiful Passo Sella climb, in the Alta Badia region of the Dolomites. It’s gonna be an intense session, a race-like session, focusing on riding at threshold and then holding it there. It’s a very simple session, but we’re […]

Sweet Spot Intervals | Indoor Training On The Passo Giau

This is a bottom of the Passo Giau in the Dolomites And you are about to join me for a sweet spot training session with some really sure and very hard intervals thrown in the mix. Ahead of us we’ve got ten kilometers of sinuous mountain road an average gradient of nine percent, and if […]

Power Pyramids on the Passo Pordoi | Indoor Training With GCN

(upbeat rock music) – This is a Matt Stephens session called the Power Pyramid on the Passo Pordoi. I’m sure it involves another P as well, pain. Let’s get on with the warmup, and then I’ll explain all. Welcome to the Passo Pordoi Power Pyramid session on the go, epic climb, iconic climb, in fact, […]

Indoor Cycling Training – 25 Minute HIIT Blast

– We’re off for a quick 25 minute interval blast. Let’s work together on this ride and help take our training to the next level. Follow the effort levels as a guide and work within your own capabilities. The effort levels are measured on a rate of perceived exertion scale. Level one representing very light […]