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- In terms of what to wear on the home trainer, for me the best thing to do is to wear some layers. If you ride at low temperatures only (12/13 degrees) start off wearing long sleeves and long tights. After 10 minutes when the blood is pumping you start to get hot quite quickly, so then you can start to take off some of the layers.
- Motivate yourself, here three different tips. The first one, of course, is virtual riding programs like Zwift. Secondly, if you’re a big cycling fan you can watch tribute videos of your favorite cyclists and races. The third idea is music. You can see the whole spectacle of your favourite band and enjoy the songs also.
- On the Saris indoor trainer, do more sessions: A good one-hour session starts with a 15-minute warm up, followed by a 30 minute block split into 6x5 minute chunks, for example 4 minutes hard with 1 minute easy, or 3 minutes harder and 2 minutes recovery. After, you add 15 minutes cool down at the end.
Nicola Conci - team Trek-Segafredo
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- Have a schedual: its easier to make time go by on the home trainer if you have things to do: plan specific exercices (velocity, strength, sprints, intensity).
- Drink more then usual because you sweat more.
- Do less long but maybe more often.
- Go smooth and steady: you probably didnt do.
Christine Majerus - Boels-Dolmans Cycling Team
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