Since June i train with a plan which made the Plan Builder for me.
After the first Base-phases i am now in build-phase.
Threshold, V02Max and Anaerobic once a week. While the training around 4 to 5 in V02Max and Anaerobic is really easy for me, i am going all out at 2,6 in Threshold zone.
Has anyone an idea what i should do?
That’s great. Those workouts with variable intervals are usually way harder than steady state. Personally when it comes to threshold I think that levels are completely off in comparision to other levels.
Try steady state workout, like Kaweah -2. If you can complete something simple like 3x10 just under FTP without much problem (you should feel like you have done some work but it’s not a problem and you feel you have energy for another interval or 2), then everything is ok. If it’s close to all out effort - FTP is definitely overestimated by AI.
Given your answer this is the source of your problem
If you are doing workouts indoors then invest in a good set of fans. More powerfull the better. I use 3 fans myself and I find it bare minimum (in my opinion there should be any sweat on your bike or under it). Good fans are the most important equipment for indor riding, especially with any interval longer than 10 min.
I will try that. I am really sure that riding 3x10 95% of FTP shouldnt be a problem and i also should feel some effort but not to much.
The over/ under trainings which i didnt finsih were Tioga and Mono.
Ok this should also reduce my HF (yesterday 214max) haha
This is pretty much me as well. I have started back on some training after almost a year off. Vo2 and Anaerobic came back relatively quickly. Threshold is a slog, particularly over under versions. If I do lower steady threshold or even high sweet spot, it is MUCH more manageable. I’ve been training long enough to know that threshold is definitely the hardest zone for me to improve relative to FTP changes. Which I think makes sense. My PLs are usually V-shaped - high endurance, high VO2/Anaerobic, with threshold and to a lesser extent, SS, lower.