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25 Mile TT Training Plans


Doing well in a 25 Mile TT requires a combination of speed, endurance and tolerance to pain!

It is a popular event because it is not necessary to do hours and hours of training. The key for 25 mile training is specific targeted training.

25 Miles is also the distance for the cycle leg of the Olympic Distance Triathlon

ATW has free training plans available for beginner, intermediate and advanced level athletes.

 

 

 

   
  Tanja Slater
 
Leda Cox
 
       
 

The 25 Mile TT training plans have been written by Leda Cox

Leda is a former Pro Cyclist and was formerly ranked number one rider in Great Britain

She turned pro in 2003 and she spent most of her career abroad racing for Dutch, Belgian, French, Italian and American teams. In an 8 year career which was cut short by a crash which forced her early retirement she went on to achieve:

  • 30 Wins including two stage races
  • 3 National Medals
  • British Number one ranked rider
  • 24 Great Britain Team Caps
  • Coupe De France Winner
  • Tour of Tucson Winner

She is also a massively experienced coach and mentor to many riders. Leda has recently started a 3 year degree course in  Physiotherapy at the St Georges, University of London.

 

 

All of our training plans are free to ATW members and there are three 25 Mile TT plans to choose from:

Beginner 25 Mile TT Training Plan

This beginner 25 Mile TT training plan is aimed at people who want to attempt a 25 Mile TT for the first time.

In order to complete the beginner 25 Mile TT training plan athletes should be capable of training 5 days a week.

Intermediate 25 Mile TT Training Plan

This intermediate 25 Mile TT training plan is aimed at people who have already completed a 25 Mile TT and are looking for a training plan to improve their performance.

In order to complete the intermediate 25 Mile TT training plan athletes should be capable of training 6 days a week.

Advanced 25 Mile TT Training Plan

This advanced 25 Mile TT training plan is aimed at people who regularly race the 25 Mile TT distance and want to follow a plan to help them achieve a personal best over the distance

In order to complete the advanced 25 Mile TT training plan athletes should be capable of training 6 days a week.


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