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This beginner 25 Mile TT training plan is aimed at people who want to complete a 25 Mile TT for the first time and are looking for a training plan to give them guidance for the correct training sessions.
In order to complete the beginner 25 Mile TT training plan athletes should be capable of training 5 days a week.
Change the days to fit your lifestyle if preferred but always ensure a balanced training week
The Beginner 25 Mile TT training plan was 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:
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.
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Date: 06th May 2019
Date: 08th May 2019