A true sprinter has a genetic gift! Sprints develop acceleration, pure and simple. Sprinting improves the effectiveness of your fast-twitch muscle fibres and improves your body’s ability to use the high-energy adenosine triphosphate (ATP) stored in your muscle tissues. A sprint should be performed the right way; you should be rolling along at a moderate speed in a light gear. Jump out of the saddle, accelerating the entire time, then return to the saddle after a few seconds, focusing on maintaining high pedal speed with smooth and efficient form for the entire sprint. Perform a sprint training only once a week and never in the same week as a BRI workout. A BRS training is only suited for experienced cyclists and only during your Peak and race period.. (From Tacx: Cycle sprint work-out BRS)


BRS_01

BRS 01
Total time 01:00:00
Maximum slope 1%
Avg. slope -2%
1 m

BRS_02

BRS 02
Total time 01:18:20
Maximum slope 3%
Avg. slope -1,1%
15 m

BRS_02

BRS 02
Total distance 26,1 km
Maximum slope 2%
Avg. slope -2,3%
34 m

BRS_04

BRS 04
Total time 00:57:40
Maximum slope 1%
Avg. slope -1.5%
6 m

BRS_05

BRS 05
Total distance 33,3km
Maximum slope 3%
Avg. slope -2%
54 m

BRS_06

BRS 06
Total distance 33,8 km
Maximum slope 2%
Avg. slope -2,1%
30 m

BRS_07

BRS 07
Total distance 21,3 km
Maximum slope 2%
Avg. slope -2%
18 m

BRS_08

BRS 08
Total distance 22,4 km
Maximum slope 2%
Avg. slope -2,3%
17 m

BRS_09

BRS 09
Total distance 40 km
Maximum slope 4%
Avg. slope -0,2%
268 m

BRS_10

BRS 10
Total distance 32,6 km
Maximum slope 1%
Avg. slope -2%
20 m

BRS_11

BRS 11
Total time 00:56:00
Maximum slope 1%
Avg. slope -1,3%
1 m

BRS_12

BRS 12
Total distance 37,4 km
Maximum slope 2%
Avg. slope -1,3%
80 m


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