I was having the same problem but after speaking to a few people i came up with my own that seems to be working at the minute. The problem is these plans are a rough guide and it all depends on current fitness what plan you take/they recommend you take.
I train 5-6 days a week, 3 days running, 2-3 days cycling, 3-4 days swimming and 3 days gym. Monday gym and swim (I always go swimming after the gym) get my body used to how i will feel after swim on race day.
Tuesday Cycle and run, depends on session I am doing but will go cycling first if its on turbo or shorter ride due to time the run will be speed/tempo.
Wednesday as Monday, Thursday as tuesday but run will be hill work instead
Friday will be as Monday but with bike as well depending on time this session maybe done on Saturday. Sunday Long run followed by recovery swim.
The last race I did was a half marathon in 2009 and a sprint triathlon may 2008 and haven't done one since due to money and injuries, but am looking to do a few race this year.
My training is going better than usual as im taking my time and not over training so hopefully I can stay injury free and keep up with the training.
My first race is in March a 10km as I have just started training after Injury, then a half marathon in May, Then a standard triathlon in May followed by a marathon in June/July then followed by a half Ironman in August/September I will also run other 5km/10km to keep fresh.but do you think that's too many races in one year.
I also would like to complete a full Ironman in 2011 as well but if not 2012.
My dad was by no means great, I will be thankfull to him as it has made me the person I am today, even though he hit me, looking back on how I behaved in the past half the times I deserved a smack the other times I didn't but that's the past and no one is perfect, one good thing about my dad is he taught me to respect other's something the younger generation don't do now.