The 1st October was the start of a progressive training plan to lead me up to a few events next year…
Following the post-holiday blip, HRV has been fairly stable even considering my cold in mid-September. Mood and stress though have been an issue, particularly mood, most notably post holiday (expected) but also through the most part of September.
Having spent 6 months building up to the 300 mile ride, it was time for backing off a little…
This month see’s Andy and his team take on the much anticipated 300 mile Charity Ride!
Hopefully this is a sign of improved fitness and my body getting used to the increasing workload, adaptation, and therefore recovering quicker.
Training weeks 5 through to 7 incorporate a number of group training sessions ahead of a scheduled rest week starting late February. How will this effect the HRV? Read on to find out.
Andy Dolphin’s training blog provides an insight into an athlete who’s training time is minimal. With around 5 to 8 hours a week to train, Andy uses ithlete to maximise his training.
In his August Training Blog, Andy Dolphin talks us through his training schedule and ithlete Pro data.
Having now completed 2 target events, Andy Dolphin now takes on Ride London as his third and final target event for the year.
June saw Andy Dolphin dealing with a cold, 3 goal event with each spaced 2 weeks apart and handling back-to-back tapering!
In his first Training Blog for ithlete, Andy Dolphin talks to us about his May training regime.