Our expert says:
If you're feeling that it is a good workout and that you've pushed yourself, then it's working and you just need to keep it up. There's no point pushing harder, because you'll just injure yourself. So let you body guide your progress. And aim to get fitter, because if you get fitter, the rest will take care of itself. It's helpful that you have this equipment, because you can track your progress using the levels of the bike, then you can easily measure that you're constantly improving and getting stronger. So that's really very helpful, and my advice is to work out a plan that sees you gradually increasing the difficulty level. But only in response to your body and how you are reacting to the training!
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