FREE Zwift Custom Workout Plan – John Levison’s ‘The Kitchen Sink’
As part of the TRI247 Workout Series on Zwift we now have available from last night (18th July) ‘The Kitchen Sink‘ custom workout file used and set by TRI247 Editor, John Levison, for the latest group workout.
You can also find links to the files of all of our previous sessions below too.
The Kitchen Sink session
I called this session ‘The Kitchen Sink’, because it is made up by throwing a little bit of everything into the mix for the just over one hour workout. So, everything but the kitchen sink…
After a five minute progressive warm up, first up are some short/sharp 15 second sprints to just get the legs primed.
From there, a relatively modest start with a six minute threshold block, before a short rest and into two sets of ‘over/unders’, which you may well remember if you did the very first TRI247 Workout Series with Lucy Charles.
Following that, it is on to five, one-minute intervals at well above FTP (an element from the Lionel Sanders set!), before we see if our steady-state triathlon legs have any speed in them, with a set of four high-intensity 15 second sprints.
From there, we finish off with five minutes of ‘Sweetspot’ work, before it is time to recover.
Details of next week’s session will be released very soon.
Join us every Wednesday night at 7pm, UK-time for a different triathlon-focussed workout (typically of around one hour), set and lead by a special guest.
You can download the file here (and check out the installation instructions below):
Custom Workout downloads from previous Zwift sessions:
- Lucy Charles ‘Over-Unders’
- Lucy Gossage ’12 Days of Christmas’
- Lionel Sanders ‘Intervals’
- Joe Skipper ‘ Burner’
- John Levison ‘High Five’
- Ruth Purbrook ‘Over Gears’
- Tim Don ‘Comeback’
- Reece Barclay ‘Mix Session’
- Harry Wiltshire ‘Grim Reaper’
- Paul Shanley ‘Pyramids’
- Karl Alexander ‘VO 2 The Max’
- Jenny Gowans ‘Norse Steps’
- Matt Bottrill ‘Lactic Builder’
- John Levison ‘Russian Steps’
- Sam Begg ‘What Goes Up, Must Come Down’
- Paul Shanley ‘70.3 Minutes’
- Karl Alexander ‘The 13:50 (10 to 2)’
- Richard Stannard ‘FTP Advancer’
- Race Force ‘ChainGang’
- Simon George ‘The Giant’
- Natarsha Tremayne ‘Stomp The Pedal’
- Chris Standidge ‘The Championship Decider’
- Lesley Levison ‘Spiked Tempo’
- Bex Rimmington ‘Maximal Efforts’
- Coach Kevin Poulton’s ‘Progressive 11’s’
For details on how to add workout files to Zwift:
The .ZWO file stands for a Zwift Work-Out file. When someone creates a custom workout (whether it be you, a friend, or a coach), Zwift generates a .ZWO file that contains the entire workout. You can share it with your friends or other Zwifters – or add their workouts to your device – by following the steps below.
PC / Mac
Go to your Documents\Zwift\Workouts folder, find the “.zwo” file, and send it to your friend. Any .zwo files you move to your Documents\Zwift\Workouts folder will be added to your custom workouts menu the next time you launch the game.
In order to add custom workouts to iOS, you need to also have a computer with iTunes installed. It’s not currently possible to create custom workouts on iOS (as of 01/2017).
- Plug your device into your computer and open up iTunes.
- Click on your device in iTunes, then click “Apps” and scroll down to the “File Sharing” section.
- You should see Zwift listed, and it should have a “Zwift” folder. Click that, click “Save To,” and save it to a location of your choice.
- Find the saved Zwift folder, and copy all the workouts you want into the Zwift/Workouts folder
- Go back to iTunes, click “Add,” and choose the Zwift folder with the new workout files. You’ll want to “replace” the folder on the device with your newly modified folder.
- Click “Sync” to save the changes to the device.
When you start Zwift, they will show up in your Custom Workouts section at the bottom of the available Workouts.
Source: Support Zwift