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Training frequency is one training variable you should consider when deciding what type of workout program to choose to help you reach your health and fitness goals.

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WORKOUT: OVERVIEW: This workout will help you develop your sprinting and off the saddle climbing abilities while helping you build cardiovascular endurance and burn a significant amount of calories. After the guided warm up you will take on five intervals...


This cardio workout is great for helping you burn calories while focusing on developing cycling speed and strength. You can repeat this workout 2-3 days per week as part of your regular workout cardio workout program.


Add this classic HIIT workout to your weekly schedule for a great cardiovascular boost! HIIT, or high-intensity interval training, is a training technique in which you give all-out effort through quick, intense bursts of exercise, followed by short bursts of rest.


Nothing better than a simple HIIT session for an all-out, incredible workout. Get ready to bring the heat with just 15-minutes of hard work – you’ll feel all the better once it’s done!


This fun workout involves quick changes between intense cardio with a variety of jumps and climbs that will keep you working off your seat.


You might be stuck inside on your indoor cycle bike, but that doesn’t mean you can’t surmount a giant hill like those out on the road!


If you are new to cycling workouts, you should be aware of the importance of your pace. Pace is usually communicated as your “cadence”.


This fast-paced 20-minute workout will keep you on your toes, with plenty of changes between jumps, sprints, climbs, and high resistance pushes.


Build your cardiovascular strength and endurance with this calorie burning 15 min hill climb workout. Follow along with Sunny Trainer Matt as he provides energetic instruction on speed, resistance, and riding position changes to challenge your exercise performance.


Sweat and cycle your way to a healthier and fit life as you work your way through 15 second, 30 second, and 45 second cycle bike pyramid intervals.