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    • #25662
      AvatarDave Hanson
      Participant

      Hello, I had a bit of a computer issue and while trying to re-arrange a couple of training peak training sessions, I inadvertently deleted one!. I can’t remember the exact name of it but it was i believe a Z3-z4-z3 seesion where I am in z3 for 30 min- Z4 for one hr- and Z3 for another 30 min. (i think) I am trying to find one so I can copy to my schedule then to Zwift

      Thank you

      Dave Hanson

    • #25681
      DaveDave
      Keymaster

      Hi Dave,

      What plan and what day of the plan is this workout on?

      Coach Dave

      • #25686
        AvatarDave Hanson
        Participant

        Hi Dave, It was in the second week of the Masters 40+ XC mtb build peak and race training plan. it was the “3 x 12 L4 (structured)”. I have since learned I can drag and drop the workout somewhere else in the plan since ZWIFT is working again. But where should I do that at?

        Also I have a question since we are getting into the “fun” time of year, where there the snow is gone and outside riding can be done again. When you do a Zone 2 rise, in the morning, can you later in the day do a “free” ride with friends or day that ruin what you are trying to accomplish?
        Than you Dave!

        Dave Hanson

    • #25718
      AvatarLynda
      Keymaster

      Hi Dave,

      The 3 x 12 L4 session was scheduled on day 2 of week 2 in our Masters 40+ XC mtb build peak and race training plan.

      Adding extra riding to your plan reduces the effectiveness of the plan. “Riding with friends” can mean anything! The more intensity and TSS you add off-plan, the more you dilute your performance goals. If your ride with friends can be in zone 2, that is your training ride for the day.

      Coach Lynda

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