We believe in the power of movement to improve lives, and ultimately the world. For 20 years, that has meant encouraging athletes to get outside, set audacious goals, and explore new destinations. For an unknown period of time, access to outdoor exercise, training, and events will be curtailed by the COVID19 pandemic. That doesn’t mean we cease to be athletes. Being an athlete is not about what you do, but who you are and how you live your life. 

Health and safety must be the top priorities right now, and in times of difficulty and uncertainty, it is important to not lose sight of your identity and values. We will get through this, and we will ride and run and play together again. For now, we want to help our community the best way we know how, which is by keeping people moving and engaged in an athlete’s lifestyle. 

The CTS Quarantine Project will make our coaching and content resources more accessible than ever, with the goal of helping athletes prioritize, adapt, and overcome. 


Health and safety first, including doing everything in your power to flatten the curve. Within that context, however, we want to help you prioritize self-care, mental health, stress relief, exercise, and good nutrition.


“Start where you are, use what you have, do what you can.” – Arthur Ashe

Adaptability is the hallmark of champions, and this is a time when we’ll need to adapt to new goals, the training tools on hand, the food available, and the reality of restricted movement. When being an athlete is how you live your life, there is always something you can do to feel like one.


This isn’t about gaining a competitive advantage so you can crush less fortunate athletes once events resume. It’s about rising to a challenge, staying true to yourself, and working toward better days. So, while we will help you face the challenges right at our feet, we will also help you keep moving toward the light at the end of the tunnel.

“Start where you are, use what you have, do what you can.” – Arthur Ashe

Weekly Zwift Group Rides With CTS Coaches

Join Us On Tuesday And Thursday Each Week Starting Soon

More details coming soon.

Daily Workouts

As the effort to reduce transmission of COVID19 starts to swiftly constrain outdoor training and events, endurance athletes are having to adapt to the reality we might be primarily training indoors through much of the spring. We know everyone has different goals, time limitations, available equipment, and priorities, so the CTS Coaching Staff is working together to create daily workouts for anyone to access.

Throughout the crisis, we are going to provide a series of daily workouts that feature intervals or activities that will support your fitness and aerobic conditioning. There will be cycling, running, and strength/stretching workouts available. The cycling workouts will be about 60-75 minutes long and available as text or downloadable files in .zwo, .erg, .mrc, and .fit formats.

The workouts in this series are designed to be stand-alone sessions, not a progressive training plan. If you are following a structured plan through this time period, they can be an alternative workout if you want something different. If you are exercising on your own, we encourage you to train 3-5 times a week and integrate workouts you find interesting.

The cycling workouts will follow a weekly pattern so harder sessions alternate with more moderate efforts. That way, if you do happen to complete several days in a row, they won’t all be hard interval sessions. Not only would that bad for your training, we want to encourage you to work hard enough to maintain or improve fitness, but not so hard that you get run down. The order you will see with the cycling workouts is:

Monday: Strength/Stretching
Tuesday: High intensity intervals
Wednesday: Strength/Stretching
Thursday: Climbing/Threshold/FTP
Friday: Aerobic/Drills
Saturday: High intensity intervals
Sunday: Endurance