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B1 Indoor
Studio Training

New Designed Training Plan for 2023-2024




Right On Chart

Classes start November 7th, 2023

Tuesday 6:45 pm, Thursday 6:45 pm, Saturday 9:00 am 


Introducing the B1 ROULEUR 2024 Studio & Home Plan 2023-2024
NEW and IMPROVED Mix of Rouleur Training and RIGHT ON Studio and Studio at home
for 2023-2024 Training plans!
The Rouleur Plan - Designed to optimizer the four main areas of cycling
most commonly required to excel!
Improves your Climbing, Sprints/Attacks, Time Trailing and Endurance.
Build a powerful aerobic base and INCREASE your power output!

Become a strong Attacking rider who can push hard
whatever the surface,  whatever the elevation.
These riders feel comfortable no matter the situation they may find themselves in, be it a club ride or the target race you may be training for!

NEW and IMPROVED RIGHT ON Studio and Studio at home 2023-2024 Training plan!
Building a Big aerobic base and Increase your Power!

We dive right into it! With our B1 FTP Ramp Test to set your training zones, principally the all-important B1 Right ON training zones!
Our second test before the holiday break will measure your improvement and update your training zones; a third test will do the same.
Riders can expect to increase their FTP by 5 - 20%!

This all-new plan for 2023/24 combines workouts from B1 Right On 2022/23 in a progressive optimized training plan design.
We start with technique and cadence maintenance
and quickly progress into Right On zones and volume each week.

In the final Periodization of this plan, we will be doing long sweet spot TSS rides on weekends and shorter structured 'wintertime intensity' during the work week.
Along with our Sunday Group B1 Zwift Endurance Rides,
We will also be including monthly B1 Zwift Races to keep us sharp and rev up the intensity!
Races are not mandatory, and you should talk to coach for recommendations.

What is B1 Right On Training?

Before I define it, I thought it best to explain why it's so important to perform this kind of training- if you want to get stronger on the bike.


When you train or workout, there are six or seven (depends on who you talk to) training zones that you can workout in.  They are as follows:

Zone 1- Endurance or Active Recovery
Zone 2- Aerobic Capacity
Zone 3- Tempo
Zone 4- Threshold
Zone 5- VO2max
Zone 6-7- Anaerobic Capacity


Each one of these training zones has a different physiological effect that your body adapts to.  The below chart best describes the adaptations:

Click Here to Learn More about B1 Right On Training



New Software application + Detailed Training Plan
Immensely powerful data intelligence allowing for complete performance analysis
Detailed statistical information on individual performance and overall progress
Analyzer will identify your physiological strengths and weaknesses, to determine what “type” of rider you are 
(Climber, All-rounder, Sprinter, Puncheur, etc)

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