Thank you for the questions about the Fitness Kick Starter Plan.
For starters, this plan is not designed to be done multiple times, it is simply meant to “jumpstart” your fitness with a good dose of pretty high intensity work.
Most people wouldn’t be able to sustain this type of intensity for repeated cycles, even though the volume is low, but most people who have a few years of training experience can manage it for 6-10 weeks with a little bit of recovery sprinkled throughout. I would expect a plateau or burnout to occur if this plan were done repeatedly.
Periodization is important, which is the cycling of volume and intensity to ensure that you adapt to the stimulus, recover and then are introduced to a new stimulus, whether that be increased volume, increased intensity, etc. When you repeat a training plan, it’s not necessarily a new training stress anymore. You’d be better suited to moving onto a 12 week plan that is suited to your cycling weakness, as defined by Full Frontal, or one that is focused on a particular goal you might have. I encourage you to look through our training plan library and see if there’s something of interest to you. If not, I’d recommend an all-purpose road plan or the block plans to create your own!