This set is a good one for the turbo. 

Warm up 10 mins gradually increasing resistance. 
Main set

1 minutes Threshold Effort

1 minutes Active Recovery

2 minutes Threshold Effort

2 minutes Active Recovery

3 minutes Threshold Effort

3 minutes Active Recovery

4 minutes Threshold Effort

4 minutes Active Recovery

5 minutes Threshold Effort

4 minutes Active Recovery

4 minutes Threshold Effort

3 minutes Active Recovery

3 minutes Threshold Effort

2 minutes Active Recovery

2 minutes Threshold Effort

1 minutes Active Recovery

1 minutes Threshold Effort
10 minute cool down steady spinning.
Enjoy 😀


1 Comment

jackcycle · May 18, 2017 at 8:05 am

I’ve used pyramid training like that on the turbo quite a bit, it works really well!

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