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This is the most difficult, most intense and most exciting sport in the world. And you, friend, are going to rock it. You’re now just ten weeks away from a faster, more powerful, more truly badass – and significantly muddier – you. To get you there, we here teamed up with Dig Deep Coaching’s  Ian Field, the 2012, 2013 and 2014 British National Cyclocross National Champion. 

Together, we’ve created plans that utilize:

And all designed in the time-crunched cyclist style of getting you maximum gains in the minimum amount of time. You can use this plan year-round, although starting it about seven weeks before your first race of the season will have the most impact.

WHAT YOU GET

WHAT YOU NEED

Novice (Cyclocross)

Best for new riders who:
  • Have been riding on the road for awhile but have never – or only recently – tried cyclocross.
  • Can ride with a fast moving group, but your fitness isn’t up to the level of taking big pulls at the front or putting the hurt on others. Yet.
  • Are comfortable making high intensity efforts – you’ve done intervals before and know what you’re in for. You kind of like them, actually.
  • Are used to consistent training: you’re comfortable riding frequently during the week and getting longer sessions in on the weekends.
  • Have very limited time to train. If you want to keep your job and the family happy, you need focused, compact training sessions.
The Structure
  • Weeks 1,2: Establish training routine and habits, set basic tolerance work.
  • Weeks 3-5: Ramp up the intensity and get race specific.
  • Week 6: Ease back a bit to freshen up.
  • Weeks 7-10: Very high-end work with race efforts to put on the final polish.
Time Per Week
  • Between 4 to 6.5/hours a week
  • Four days riding per week (two indoor/two outdoor)
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Intermediate (Cyclocross)

Experienced cyclists who:
  • Have been riding on the road for several years and have done one to two seasons of cyclocross.
  • Can ride with a fast moving group, and take your pulls, but when the going gets tough, you’re just hanging on by the skin of your chamois.
  • Are used to consistent training: you’re comfortable riding frequently during the week and getting longer sessions in on the weekends.
  • In the cyclocross races you’ve done, you’re somewhere in the middle of the pack for your grade. A bit more fitness and better skills and you’d be at the front.
  • Your first race of the season is in 7-10 weeks. You want to nail it.
  • You have limited time to train.
The Structure
  • Weeks 1,2: Establish training routine and habits, set basic tolerance work.
  • Weeks 3-5: Ramp up the intensity and get race specific.
  • Week 6: Ease back a bit to freshen up.
  • Weeks 7-10: Very high-end work with race efforts to put on the final polish.
Time Per Week
  • Between 6.5 and 8 hours a week
  • Six days riding per week (3 indoor, 2 road and 1 off-road skills session).
$ 29.99 USD
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Buy All 18 Cycling Videos

Our best value package! Save a whopping $38 and get ALL 18 of our cycling videos for $185.99 USD instead of $224!! You’ll have everything from longer, threshold workouts to super high-intensity, short intervals – and everything in-between..including our new video, Elements of Style.

$ 185.99 USD
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