Yo! Welcome to the TR community!
Nice work finishing up Base I with that solid bump in FTP!!
I took a peak at your TR Calendar to get an idea of what your training is looking like. It seems like you’re adding in some outdoor riding, which is awesome!
One thing to keep in mind with those rides is how hard you go during them, though. It looks like there are some periods of time in most of those rides where you’re at or over FTP, which is likely hampering your recovery between interval workouts.
We’d recommend keeping those extra outdoor rides at low intensity so you can recover properly between your harder sessions. If you do end up going hard during those unstructured rides, you could substitute out one of your workouts for the week instead so you don’t end up with too much intensity.
Check out this TR Blog post for more tips on adding volume to your plan:
I only saw one week on your TR Calendar that had 3 Threshold workouts. Our plans don’t have 3 Threshold workouts by default, so I’d like to ask if you moved a workout around at some point?
I also noticed there are a couple of spots on your TR Calendar where tough workouts end up back-to-back. When that happens, if it’s possible, it would be worth shuffling your workouts around so you get an easier/recovery day between hard sessions.
Otherwise, the weeks for your current training phase should look something like VO2/Endurance/Threshold for the weekdays, then Threshold/Sweet Spot for the weekends.
The Sweet Spot ride is less intense than your Threshold workouts, and it’s also meant to be Achievable so as to maintain the aerobic abilities you built up during Sweet Spot Base I without too much extra training stress. We often advise athletes to swap out that Sweet Spot session for a longer Endurance ride if they’d like to and have the time to do so.
Hopefully this information helps clear things up! Feel free to let me know if you have any other questions.