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Racing Haines City 70.3 in 2020 - Suitable Indoor Trainer Road workouts
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Hi Twitchers,

Asking for some direction here. I am racing IM Florida 70.3, Haines City. I've been told the course is rollers and 1 or 2 steep hills on the bike and run.

I am a Trainer Road user and want to know which workouts would be best in training for a solid bike split.

Thanks in advance.

Kind regards,
DJ
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Re: Racing Haines City 70.3 in 2020 - Suitable Indoor Trainer Road workouts [Deej345] [ In reply to ]
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Unless you are from Florida, those 'hills' are not steep, I don't think I broke aero position until the last 5 miles where the roads got shitty and I was just uncomfortable. I would just train to be able to hold aero for the full 2-3 hours. Oh and yeah, just be ready for some bumpiness in that last 5ish unless they changed the course from 2018

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Re: Racing Haines City 70.3 in 2020 - Suitable Indoor Trainer Road workouts [Deej345] [ In reply to ]
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Deej345 wrote:
Hi Twitchers,

Asking for some direction here. I am racing IM Florida 70.3, Haines City. I've been told the course is rollers and 1 or 2 steep hills on the bike and run.

I am a Trainer Road user and want to know which workouts would be best in training for a solid bike split.

Thanks in advance.
just follow the 70.3 base build specialty. Is is all about steady power output, no matter terrain, and that is what those plans are about
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