Want to know everything about intervals for mountain bikers? Coach Lynda sat down with Mountain Bike Radio and dissected interval training for mountain bikers during a series of four LW Coaching Shows on Mountain Bike Radio.
During these episodes we answer every listener questions sent in about intervals for mountain bikers! Here are a few of the common questions asked:
I am a mountain biker not a roadie, what type of intervals are best for me?
Can I do all the intervals on my mountain bike? In the dirt?
I’d rather just ride. Why do I have to do intervals at all?
How much rest should I have between each interval? How many intervals should I do?
Listen to these shows in order to learn how to execute your intervals correctly and get the performance gains you work for.
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In this episode of The LW Coaching Show, Lynda kicks off a series of episodes discussing intervals for mountain bikers. She sets up some of the basics of intervals, including why you need to do intervals, the heirarchy of the best place to do your intervals, and what’s with the myth of training 50% road bike and 50% mountain bike.
This is the second episode of a series of episodes titled “Intervals for Mountain Bikers.” Lynda discusses interval design, pacing, and metrics by giving you some valuable tips and information. Listen in to boost your intervals!
This is the third episode of a series of episodes titled “Intervals for Mountain Bikers.” Lynda discusses intervals specifics. If you’ve listened to the previous two episodes about interval training, you’re now ready to hear what intervals you can and should be doing and how many. Listen in as Lynda walks (or sprints) you through the details you need to know!
This is the fourth episode of a series of episodes titled “Intervals for Mountain Bikers.” In this episode, Lynda discusses VO2 max intervals. You’ll get the what, why, when, and how of VO2 max intervals. Use all of your interval knowledge from the previous three episodes and amp up your intervals with some hard VO2 max efforts. If you’ve been reading about VO2 max and trying to make sense of how it applies to you, have a listen.