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Accelerate Faster with the High Speed Sprints

When you’re trying to win a local criterium or set a new record on a favorite segment, adding High Speed Sprints to your training makes a huge difference.

WOW: The #Kumbaya

This is a workout you have to do with a friend. This workout can bring people closer together, or require some group therapy after, hence the name.

Cycling Workout: 60-Minute SteadyState Intervals

SteadyState Intervals aren’t sexy, but you’d be hard pressed to find a workout that’s more effective for making you faster on the bike.

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WoW: #Flyer800s

This is my signature take on an old classic workout. In a way it is the little sister of hard mile repeats, breaking the miles into bite-sized sets of 800’s.

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Cycling Workout: Descending Intervals

Descending Intervals can help you get faster at your favorite segments and they’re also excellent preparation for races like criteriums and cyclocross that have many short, high-power efforts with little or no recovery between them.

WoW: The #KenyanProgression

Do this workout correctly and you’ll get a big boost of workout confidence with low injury risk. It’s especially fun to do in a pack, feeding off one another’s energy.

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Steven Abraham’s Year-long Time Trial

Taking on the 75-year-old record he has set himself an almost incomprehensible challenge to be the new holder of the record for the furthest distance ever cycled in one year.

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Cycling Workout of the Week: #PowerIntervals

To give you a little taste of the daily workouts you’ll find in our Premium Training Plans, we’ve worked with the coaches who designed them to bring you a free workout.

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WoW: The #Moneghetti

This is the most fun workout I’ve done that helps you practice running quicker paces while training your body to recover actively in a short period of time.

What Will You Prove?

Every mile tells a story. Of hope, endurance, passion and desire. Stories of muscles wanting to quit. Minds refusing to head. Stories of bravery. Stories of triumph. Pain and pleasure. Proving your efforts. Proving your commitments. Proves you are crazy. Proves to others and yourself. That you are out here doing exactly what you love to do.