How To Train Like A Pro Cyclist – Structure Your Winter Training Like A Pro

Published on December 2nd 2015


Have you heard of reverse periodisation? It's the latest trend in pro cycling – and it could change how you ride this winter. Click here to subscribe to GCN: Structure is everything when it comes to winter training. A good, structured training programme will help you to make the most of the time that you have to train, help you to peak for your goals, and, ultimately, help you to achieve your cycling goals too. Things like 'reverse periodisation', pioneered by Team Sky's Tim Kerrison, core training could be just the change that you need to get more out of your winter training. That said, most pros will maintain some traditional base miles. Any issues from this video that you'd like to see us explore further? Let us know down in the comments. Watch more... Base training – fact or fiction? Pedalling dynamics: Buy GCN cycling kit - USA: Rest of World: Get GCN T-Shirts and hoodies: Photos: © Bettiniphoto / & ©Tim De Waele / Music: Internationally Trained Bunnies - Lucy In The Sky (Edit):