I am no expert, merely someone who has also read the book. But I could imagine that in order to give you a coherent answer, an expert would want to know what are your training goals? Do you have a big climb that you would like to do in the next six or more months?
Hi folks, I started recently to train according TFTNA guidelines (this book, and the second one, are so valuable source of information, thanks to the authors). I built my own training plan and follow my fatigue using TrainingPeaks and heart belt at every move I do.
My problem is, I am also working as a mountain guide, meaning that, I spent way more time in the mountains moving at Z0 Z1 heart zones than my plan is suggested, and because it is often several days expeditions, I have no time to exercise strength for instance.
My question is: what can I adapt my training plan to my job? I mean, shall I consider my time spent working in the mountains (generally very easy for my fitness) like proper training, use a ponderation system, or after a break in my plan, get back where I was, or a week before?
Yeah, I am totally lost, helps will be greatly appreciated.
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