Cycling power zones

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  • #18585
    mikeymomikeymo
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    After having purchased my 70.3, level 3 plan, I set up my account and added my thresholds, etc. I noticed the 80/20 cycling power zones are extremely different than conventional power zones, which have worked best for me, previously. I find that the 80/20 Zone 3 is fairly intense compared to traditional zone 3. I asked for a refund, but Training Peaks refused, so I guess I’m would seeing how useless this plan would be if I chose to use more traditional cycling power zones than the ones provided by 80/20?

    I realize I may just need to drop in plan level, but as a stronger runner, fear that may end up really lacking there for me. I am an efficient swimmer but not very fast and also find the swimming in this plan is well beyond my typical abilities. Just a bit lost as to how to use this plan and can use some guidance. Otherwise I believe I’m stuck with a $75 plan I won’t use all because I couldn’t view the actual zones and particular workouts before purchasing. I’d love to make this work. Just a bit lost.

    #18592
    Leyla Porteous
    Keymaster

    hi mikey

    you can email us at results@8020endurance.com and we can provide you some advice on your plan level selection, and zone set up etc. If indeed the plan is still not right for you then we can also help you with that refund.

    Leyla

    #18593
    mikeymomikeymo
    Participant

    Hi Leyla,

    Thanks so much for the quick response and the options. I will send that email. I am a huge believer in 80/20 and would like to make this work.

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