- November 16, 2019 at 2:33 pm #20168distortion11Participant
I’m really struggling to regain my ridding fitness and strength after a knee injury that side lined me for 4 months. After rehab I did a few weeks of base then the time crunched cat 2 program but it was harder than I remember and I am really struggled to maintain the same energy levels as pre-crash. I’ve been stacking your Time Crunched cat 1 and 2 plans once a year for the last three years and they have always worked great.
Please recommend a new plan to help me restart my training with? If you have any advice to help jump start my fitness I would also really appreciate that?
Thank you much!
- November 18, 2019 at 1:06 pm #20174LyndaKeymaster
Tell me a bit more about yourself and I can recommend the best plan. Are you close to your goal race weight? What is your age? Are you racing single-speed or with gears? What duration/distance are your goal races? What date is your goal race?
- November 26, 2019 at 5:11 pm #20208distortion11Participant
Sorry it’s been a while, work is real tough these days.
I’m about 7 to 10 pounds over my race weight and am a 5’6″ 38 year old male. I ride a geared bike. Most races are 50 to 65 miles and I’d like to start racing late April.
- November 27, 2019 at 10:34 am #20210LyndaKeymaster
I recommend starting back with our Category 2 Sport Cross Country Mountain Bike Base Mountain Bike Training Plan. This plan has a more gradual ramp up in training than the Time-Crunched series of training plans and will be the best way to rebuild your Base.
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