Indoor Cycling Training and The Sufferfest

Indoor Cycling Training and The Sufferfest

The Sufferfest Indoor Cycling TrainingThe Cycling 360 Podcast was joined by David from the popular indoor cycling training series, The Sufferfest in this episode.

If you’ve never heard of The Sufferfest, we discuss what it’s all about and provide additional links below.  But this podcast goes over so much more than just these videos….we also discuss indoor cycling training and how to get the most out of it.

If you’re like Darryl and Victor, you might not like indoor training…..but there are ways to make it more enjoyable.  Tune into this episode to find out how.

    • How to keep from getting bored on the trainer
    • Why elite cyclists and Olympians are adding indoor training to their regular routine
    • The indoor cycling “pain cave” checklist
    • Tips from the King of Sufferlandria
    • What makes The The Sufferfest so popular?
    • Plus more information and laughs from Cycling 360 and The Sufferfest

The Sufferfest: Downloadable cycling workout videos.

Additional Links:

The Sufferfest: Tour of Sufferlandria

The Sufferfest: The Wretched Review

The Sufferfest: Downloadable Cycling Workout Videos

 

 

Comments

  1. Nigel Doyle says:

    Thanks guys. I lashed out and bought 2 Sufferfest videos and done 2 rides on my trainer with them so far. Phew!! 2 toughest / best workouts I’ve had outside of short course mountain bike races.

  2. I got a “shout out”! Woo hoo!

    Great show guys. I never knew there was such a place as Sufferlandria. However, I can empathize with everyone who has to take to riding a trainer in the basement during the winter months. I live in south-central PA and we did have our share of crummy weather days this winter.

    That said, I think you guys were spot on when talking about breaking a training spin it into manageable pieces and to change things up frequently. Normally, if I want to just get some miles in, I will load up a few podcasts I haven’t listened to yet and just go at a constant tempo. But, if I want to practice high cadence spins or simulated sprints, I’ll dial up some Metallica, Rage Against the Machine, Powerman 5000 and Motley Crue and do 45 – 60 second of high speed (27 – 30 mph) and then back to 15 – 17 mph for the same amount of time. I usually will keep the same cassette gear and go from small to big chain ring to keep it simple. Do these in 2 sets of 10 with a 5 minutes of warm-up, in between sets, and cool down and you’ve pretty much done an hour of work and not even realized it.

    Just my two (2) cents.

    Tim.

  3. Michael Internoscia says:

    New Listener. Recreational Rider that is secretly obsessed by bicycling. Really enjoy the Podcast. My favorites have been Sufferfest and Storing your Bike. Suggested topics (I’m new so you may have already covered these): Fitting Bicycle Riding into a busy schedule; The pros and cons of a triple, compact double, and standard double; How to buy a bike; Lights, Reflectors and Safe Bike Riding Habits; What to do if you come across a dog while riding…

    Keep up the good work!

    • Michael, Thanks for listening. Glad you liked storing your bike because as you may have noticed I thought is was a bit of a sleeper. I like your suggestions. As you said if you look back through the archives I am sure you will find some shows that cover your suggestions.

      Best
      Victor

  4. Of course! Bad timing is my “gift.” I literally bought “The Blender” last night as my reward to myself for passing a major certification exam. The coupon would have been great. *drat* Love the video looking forward to hammering out intervals when I can’t ride outdoors. Thanks for the great podcast!

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