If you have access to a bike, an indoor trainer, you can get on Zoom, and you have a desire to be the best cyclist you can possibly be, then YES, HOP is for you.
HOP Cycling is more than a proven training program. The live monitoring greatly increases your motivation AND accountability. Let’s face it, it’s tough to stay motivated all winter long. But, it’s a TON more motivating to hop on your trainer, see other like-minded, goal driven cyclists and triathletes all hammering through a workout with you. Sometimes the biggest difference between average and great is just “showing up” on those days you wouldn’t have otherwise.
The HOP Hundo – Shoot for your best time over 100k or 100 miles alongside your HOP family. This is an exclusive ride for HOP athletes only. We will do it together as a group with the intention of keeping pace groups together as long as possible. It will take place shortly after HOP is over so everyone can see the fruits of the work they have put in over the winter. Sign up today and learn more!
If you know how to download an app, then you’re over half way there. All you need is a computer/smart phone/tablet, an internet connection, and your indoor cycling equipment and you’re good to go. Login and just follow your coaches instructions. No thought necessary. You just bring a desire to improve and we’ll make sure that happens.
Those who complete 90% or more of the training sessions in order gain an average of 10% on their FTP over the course of the program. Many see increases over 10%.
Have a rider in your household that wants to join the class and attend the FTP? No problem. We don’t require you to buy another full seat but there is a $100 upgrade per rider to cover the cost of the required software and renting the space for each test. Just click below to add a rider.
The House of Pain sessions, and BPC coaching in general, have been key in my progression as a cyclist over the past several years. I’m a stronger and smarter rider and a better all-around athlete, and I stay motivated to train even when life gets hectic.
The House of Pain was the single best thing I did for my off-season training and getting myself prepared for the upcoming racing season.