Hey @Milica1923 Welcome to the Forum!
First of all, I can only wish you a quick and full recovery I, luckily, have not suffered from Covid-19 but I do know a couple of people who have.
If you are one of the unfortunate people who have really suffered badly from Covid, I think it is first of all really important that you just check in briefly with your Doctor to make sure that you are in a position to start training again.
Assuming that you get the go-ahead to start some training, I would suggest starting with one of the basic Training Journeys, something like Start Strong (M) / Start Smart (F). Good idea to start off with a couple of training days per week
I don’t particularly think a “post-covid” Training Journey is something that would be necessary-there is already a lot of customisation available to athletes to change their training to take in to account many of the factors that one might need to consider post-illness or injury. Some tips I consider myself when I start training after any period of illness.
- Change the Training Journey to something easier
- Exclude any exercises one finds particularly difficult.
- Use of the “Adapt session” feature to make any session easier if needed.
- Make the most of rest days to get some really light active recovery in, such as a bit of gentle swimming, hiking etc.
- Always give the Coach the most accurate feedback you can. If you do this, after a few sessions you will find the Coach has worked out where you are fitness wise and your training will be at the correct intensity.
Also-post injury, it’s really worth spending some time to think also about other factors that will support your recovery such as your diet/nutrition, amount of sleep, stress levels, post workout stretching etc.
Hope the above helps-and thanks for the great question