Njinga Cycling, the indoor cycling and performance lab, are launching an 8 week intensive cycle training programme in their Hampton Wick studio.

The programme starts on the 9th January and will run with two sessions a week until the 1st March 2017. It’s specifically designed by a British Cycling coach to produce results and is guaranteed to improve your FTP (Functional Threshold Power) Score over the course of the 8 weeks.

If you are looking to kick start your training at the start of the year or are needing some extra support getting you in the best shape possible for your pre season cycling events, then this is the training programme for you!

Their state of the art Wattbikes will help transform your cycling technique and power, whilst their unique cycling community will challenge your limits alongside your fellow riders and help you set your best ever FTP test score.

So why take part in this indoor training programme?

Njinga’s indoor training programme will provide:

  • Pre & post physiological testing to track improvements
  • Accurate training zones for power & heart rate
  • Group indoor training, building strength and fitness, with the focus on improving your functional threshold power test scores
  • A more equal power distribution in your left vs right leg
  • Increased leg strength
  • Increased average speed and power
  • Increased nutritional knowledge
  • Unique sense of cycling community and camaraderie.

Njinga Cycling believe this will be the best decision you can make for your cycling but what do their rider’s think?

'I started an 8-week FTP booster course, and saw my cycling go from strength to strength, add over 5% to my FTP score (on a bad day) and I know there is plenty more to come.  

The programme really develops you as a cyclist in technique, physical and mental strength and a level of confidence and discipline I hadn't even thought about - religious stretching, proper nutrition, recovery and focus that set me up to really enjoy a week of racing around the Cape. I would thoroughly recommend Togo and Njinga to anyone who wants to get a head start on the bike, push yourself to go harder and faster, have fun with some great people, and ace your next approach up Box Hill!'

Ruth Clarke
Type of Cyclist: Sportive / Endurance rider
Completed: Winter 2015/16 FTP Improver Group Training Programme

Njinga Cycling are gearing up for an unmissable 8 week indoor training programme so to get involved and for more information contact:

info@njingacycling.com today. Sign up before the 1st December and save £46!!

Dates: Monday 9th January – 1st March 2017
Times: Every Monday and Wednesday 20h00-21h00
Venue: Njinga cycle Training and Performance Lab, 1-2 Homepark Parade,
Hampton Wick, Surry, KT1 4BY


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