Odd sensations at the moment. I’m feeling good. Feeling strong. But I’ve been ordered to rest up. .
Yesterday was supposed to be a rest day but as is always the case for me I don’t know when to stop. I ride to work every day, so every rest day will still see me riding, but rather than the casual effort and minimum distance I kinda ended up doing 25 miles one way and 15 on the way home. My form and fitness has been so good recently, I just don’t feel like I’ve fatigued at all and so I’ve tried and wanted to capitalise on it. .
I had one off day on Tuesday, but I know that was down to a late night, an early start, not eating properly and no prep before the ride. The day after I was back on it again. .
So today is a rest day. It’s not totally activity free as I’ve had to ride to the office. But it was a casual and measured effort. No explosive sprints, no intervals and staying well within myself. .
Tomorrow will be a simple 1 hour session with a few efforts to hit most of the power zones. Nothing too strenuous, but just enough to know that the legs have got the power to do what will be asked of them on Friday for the @ukcyclingevents New Forest Sportive. .
Still feeling good though. Looking forward to the ride at the weekend. Should be a good way to really put down some power for a few hours and really empty the tank in a big way. Then, the following few weeks of training will be all about prep for L’ETap.
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