Wow, that sounds like a very intense strength training regimen. I can see how you’d be very fatigued afterwards and that does bode well for following a cycling training plan. I assume you only do this strength program one day per week, since you didn’t specify in your post. So my first thought is to contact us about a Customized training plan so that a coach can put more thought into it and make sure you’re following a routine that is ideal. Otherwise, I would suggest taking a plan like the Novice All-Purpose road cycling plan and perform your strength training as your second workout of the day on either Tuesday or Wednesday. That way, you are able to do 1-3 cycling workouts before your strength session (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, there aren’t always rides scheduled on all 3 days), then have 2 days off or easy (Wednesday is typically a recovery or endurance ride, Thursday is off or endurance, friday is recovery or a neuromuscular session like cadence builds), then you’re into the weekend when you should be able to ride in a mostly recovered state again.
We do have a strength training program in the app that is optimized for pairing with our cycling programs, however it would be very different from what you’re currently doing. Different is not always bad, and is often times a good thing, but would require that you take a break from the trainer so as not to overtrain while you adapt to incorporating indoor cycling to your schedule. I am not certain if you’re new to cycling or just indoor cycling, or your Kickr bike is just new. These are all things that you could discuss with a coach to create a more personalized, well thought out program since the forum is not the place to get into those specifics.
Similarly, you could also discuss other strength training options with your trainer if you want to continue with him/her.
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Best of luck!