Finished with the Couch to 40K Part 1: Arizona and the Couch to 40K Part 2: Utah? It’s time to continue your progress with the Couch to 40K Part 3: Iceland! In the final installment of this spectacular biking journey, Yuri will lead you through the land of fire and ice, pushing you through 12 more rides. You’ll complete a variety of endurance, interval, and recovery rides all designed to get you ready to sail through a 40K! Along the way, you’ll get to visit the Gullfoss Waterfall, tour the city of Reykjavik, and see the Fagradalsfjall Volcano. Get ready to finish up your training and explore this stunning landscape!
About iFIT Trainer Yuri Hauswald
iFIT Trainer Yuri Hauswald has always been passionate about adventure and athleticism. He spent a lot of time outdoors as a kid and played lacrosse for the University of California, Berkeley. However, it wasn’t until he was teaching English in Pennsylvania that he became interested in cycling. Since then, he’s competed in bike races worldwide, including one of the most difficult single-day cycling events in North America: the Dirty Kanza 200. He continues his devotion to riding by seeking new cycling trips, gravel biking, and teaching professional cycling.
Iceland is known as the land of fire and ice because the small country is home to both glaciers and volcanoes. You’ll get to explore these natural wonders alongside iFIT Trainer Yuri Hauswald in the Couch to 40K Part 3: Iceland. From waterfalls to rolling green hills, you’ll see it all as you ride together in locations like Iceland’s Cold Lake, the amazing Háifoss Waterfall, and the Whale Fjord Valley.
About the cycling workouts
Over the course of 12 cycling workouts, you’ll continue to build on the aerobic fitness you gained in part 1 and part 2 of the series. Yuri will lead you through intervals, endurance, and recovery rides. He’ll also continue to share his tips for hydration and nutrition to keep you going through long rides.
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