When in doubt - do Intervals

Cycling training will quickly exhaust the interesting training routes. If you climb on your bike and ask yourself what should to ride, I suggest intervals.

Everyone loves to hate intervals. When you ride at high intensity your heart fells like it's about to explode and when you ride at lower intensity you feel like you've just been beaten by a pro boxer. 

Intervals graph on Strava

Yet, intervals are one of the best training programs for cycling  After two-three weeks of interval training, the hills feel like they've lost a couple of percent of incline. Your cycling pack will feel slower and easier to keep up (or easier to drop).

Mix up your training with two difficult days of intervals a week. Your next climb or adventure will be much more fun. You'll be faster, fresher and better.

Do you hate intervals? Tell us in the comments!
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