Cyclists wanting to take on the challenge of riding in the Alps face a conundrum: how to fit in cycling endurance training in winter?

The good news is that your winter workouts will no longer be dull turbo training sessions watching catch up TV. Instead you will be battling your heroes in the quest to capture the Giro d’Italia’s Most Aggressive Rider award.

Thanks to our Partners over at The Sufferfest you now have no excuse to get in some serious cycling endurance training sessions this winter.

ISLAGIATT | Cycling Endurance Training

ISLAGIATT (It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time) is a indoor cycling video designed to help prepare you for riding with Brevet in the Swiss Alps (join our waiting list today).

It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time

ISLAGIATT Workout Details

The ISLAGIATT workout is designed for cycling endurance training in the winter by coach @nealhenderson who is based in endurance training heaven in Boulder, Colorado.

  • Warm-up: 15:00
  • 1st climb: 15:00
  • Recovery: 3:00
  • 2nd climb: 20:00
  • Recovery: 5:00
  • 3rd climb (Mt. Sufferlandria): 20:00
  • Recovery: 7:00
  • 4th climb: 8:00
  • Recovery: 2:30
  • Flat, fast run-in to finish: 7:30
  • Cool-down: 4:00

Buy ISLAGIATT: A Cycling Endurance Training Workout

Buy ISLAGIATT online today at The Sufferfest and take advantage of our exclusive discount by using the coupon code “CHSUFFERS”

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p.s. do you know your threshold? We recommend taking a Cycling Threshold Test before you take on this workout!


Credits: Image and video courtesy of our Partners The Sufferfest and workout by Neal Henderson of Apex Coaching

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