TRAINING PLANS

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Hunter Allen's pre-built Training Peaks training plans are the result of over 10 years of coaching with data! Hunter's training plans include specific threshold / FTP test protocols and a system for updating and changing your training zones. Hunter's training plans help give structure to your training with easy to understand workouts, goals for each workout, and also great motivational tips to help you push further. You are sure to get fitter, faster, and stronger using one of his plans! 
Plans start at $19.95!

Our featured training plans.

Epic: Winter - Foundation 12 Weeks
CX Training Plans
This is a comprehensive 12 week Advanced winter training plan for the cyclist, triathlete or mountain biker that can train from 8-12 hours a week and has been riding for at least a year. This plan can be started anytime during the winter and it also includes two weeks of BONUS workouts in the weeks 13 and 14. These BONUS workouts are for you to plug in and use throughout the winter, if needed. The plan is complete without them but these are just BONUS workouts for you overachievers!

ATHLETE LEVEL: Advanced
TYPE: Competitive Road Cyclist
HOURS:  8-12 hours per week
TARGET RESULTS: To take your training to the next level and make your next season your best yet!
Purchase The Epic Winter Plan
Seasonal Winter - 12 weeks
Cycling training plan
This is a comprehensive 12 week Intermediate/Advanced  winter training plan for the cyclist, triathlete or mountain biker that can train from 8-12 hours a week and has been riding for at least a year. This plan can be started anytime during the winter and it also includes two weeks of BONUS workouts in the weeks 13 and 14.

Your plan starts out by easily transitioning you into a solid resistance training program and also moving into some fun cross-training workouts. You will still be doing some great riding and each cycling workout has a specific focus to it, so don't worry about having to drone along on the trainer for hours at a time.  

ATHLETE LEVEL: Intermediate/Advanced
TYPE: Competitive Road Cyclist
HOURS: 8-12 hours per week
TARGET RESULTS: To maintain fitness, build up strength with the strength training program, and have you prepared for spring training
Purchase The Winter Plan
BASE: Functional & Strength Resistance - 12 Weeks
Mountain Bike Training Plan
Strength Training is the use of resistance to muscular contraction to build the strength, anaerobic endurance, and size of skeletal muscles. Strength Training is a term that describes all exercises that are devoted to increasing your physical strength. While doing aerobic workouts, it is important to incorporate strength training as well to have overall health and fitness. When participating in a strength training program you can reduce your body fat, increase your lean muscle mass and burn calories more efficiently. Strength training also brings many other benefits, such as boosting your stamina to reducing your risk of injury, etc.
Purchase The BASE Plan
MTB Masters Winter - 12 Weeks
Triathlon Training Plan
This master's plan is built for athlete's age 50 and older. It takes into account that as we age our bodies need more rest.

This training plan is made for mountain bikers who train with power, heart rate, or perceived exertion. We have provided testing protocol and explained how to set your training zones within TrainingPeaks. That will allow you to know exactly where you are and provide the correct information for testing in the future.

ATHLETE LEVEL: Masters Intermediate/Advanced
TYPE: Competitive Masters Road Cyclist
HOURS: 10-15 hours per week
TARGET RESULTS: To get you to the proper fitness level for races/series
Purchase The MTB Winter Plan

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    Hunter's training plans come with an eBook containing test protocol, definitions, and more.

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    Hunter has carefully built his plans to get you the best results.

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    Hunter's plans are built for power, heart rate, and perceived exertion users.

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