The day after a race or after a intensive (interval) ride you should go for a recovery run/training. To speed the recovery process by riding at an easy pace at low resistance. Benefits include increasing blood flow to the muscles to help remove muscle soreness, reducing free radical build-up that cause muscle stress and damage. Studies have shown that active recovery at an appropriate pace leads to faster recovery than complete rest. (From Tacx: Cycle recovery work-out BRR)



BRR 01
Total time 00:34:00
Maximum slope 1%


BRR 02
Total time 00:56:00
Maximum slope 1%


BRR 03
Total time 01:02:00
Maximum slope 2%


BRR 04
Total time 00:50:00
Maximum slope 0.8%


BRR 05
Total time 00:55:00
Maximum slope 2%


BRR 06
Total time 01:08:00
Maximum slope 2%


BRR 07
Total time 00:55:00
Maximum slope 2%


BRR 08
Total time 01:15:00
Maximum slope 3%


BRR 09
Total time 01:20:00
Maximum slope 3%


BRR 10
Total time 00:39:00
Maximum slope 2%


BRR 11
Total time 00:50:00
Maximum slope 3%


BRR 12
Total time 01:00:00
Maximum slope 3%


Bg = Big ring in front
Sm = small ring in front
TTS workouts have infoboxes for program execution.


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BRR-TTS.ZIP
BRR-PGMF.ZIP
BRR.xls

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