A recent post by Hunter Allen talks about training with power and how hitting a certain power number when riding indoors can feel completely different than when you are riding outdoors, sometimes as much as 20-30 watts lower. This is a great read and will walk you through how to make the most of training with power both indoors and outdoors. Full Article If you are ready to make a change to power based training, please email or text Scott Barnes for more information on Zone
A recent post by Jim Rutberg of Carmichael Training Systems said this, "Traditional aerobic base training needs to go the way of the dodo. Long, moderate intensity rides are fun and good to incorporate into training, but even if you’re a pro it is a fool’s errand to devote the winter to low-intensity training in the hopes of building a stronger aerobic base. For the rest of us who are time-crunched amateur racers and enthusiasts, traditional base training is a waste of time."