In one week, I will commence two weeks of mandatory holiday from work (cannot be rescheduled).
Due to lockdowns in my area, I’m not allowed to travel or do anything outside my home besides a 1 daily hour walk, which I will be doing every day. I would like to devote this time to do whatever I can training-wise to maximise any gains (unfortunately I don’t have access to gym equipment).
I’ve completed SSB1 and SSB2 HV, and feel great after a rest week. The two weeks in question will be weeks 2 and 3 of Sustained Power Build HV (week 4 of the plan is a recovery week). What should I do beyond the scheduled workouts and recovery rides? I’m doing Adaptive Training with no events on the horizon.
I’ve read on the TR blog that their recommendation is to add endurance workouts from TrainNow, but I’m inexperienced with this. If adding endurance is the way to go, is there a limit to the number of hours that I should add? Should I only add workouts to my interval days, or is it the other way round?
Very little else will be happening over this period, so I’m willing dive in and try something new with training and recovery being my only priority.
TLDR: I literally have unlimited time for traning and recovery for two weeks. How to maximise training benefit?