Taking your social distancing seriously? In that case, there’s no better way to keep your cycling fitness intact than some intense trainer workouts at home. But what platform should you use? Well, if you haven’t tried it before, Wahoo Fitness and The Sufferfest have a special deal to help get you through the next month.

New to Wahoo's Sufferfest? Train at home for free for the next month +

As a reminder, after years of making people suffer in their own homes, The Sufferfest was acquired by Wahoo Fitness. Now the two companies are offering new riders an extended chance to try out the training program, for free. In addition the usual 14 day free trial, using the code ALLINSUFPLAN will grant you another 30 days. You’ll have to enter your payment information to get the deal, but the company states that if you cancel before the end of the trial you won’t be charged.

New to Wahoo's Sufferfest? Train at home for free for the next month +

This is the perfect chance to try out their new ‘All In’ training plans which are specifically designed for times where you can’t train outdoors. Importantly, Sufferfest notes that “they place less stress on your immune system while leveraging cross-training and mental toughness sessions to improve full-body strength and help you develop new skills.” That sounds just about perfect right now…

For more details, check out the link below.


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