With Zwift’s Training Plans, achieving your fitness objectives on your own schedule is simple. These adaptable schedules were carefully created to help you prepared for your upcoming event. You’ll be equipped for any journey with the 14 bike plans, 7 running plans, and 1 multisport option available. It’s similar to having a coach by your side who will always keep you on course.
There are plans for everyone, depending on your objective. Choose between training for a half-marathon or a general fitness enhancer like the FTP Builder. Like the Fondo plans, there are other training programs that are customized to events. Do you want to peek inside? To explore, select VIEW PLAN and scroll.
Every strategy begins on a Monday. On any day of the week, you can register. You will have the choice of beginning fresh on Monday or performing the pre-planned workouts.
Verify the length of your plan. You can have options for duration when choosing a plan. If applicable, keep in mind your intended event date and make adjustments.
Do you ride a bike? Perform an FTP test prior to beginning. Before starting your plan, make sure your FTP is accurate and current. By testing, you can make sure that your intervals are appropriate for your level of fitness right now. A ramp test to determine your functional threshold power (FTP) and a zone benchmarking test are both included in the pre-plan workouts. Before implementing a new plan, it is a good idea to perform a ramp test or another FTP test. The zone benchmarking workout will enable you to confirm that your current FTP is set properly even if you believe you already know it. Read this article to find out more about FTP.
Are you an athlete? Verify that all of your split times are set properly. Run a mile on Zwift at your top speed if you don’t know your split times. Zwift will compute your 5K, 10K, half-marathon, and full marathon pace automatically. Be sure to accept these values before you start the plan because they will be shown in blue. From the pause menu, access your in-game profile to find them.