.You should replace the other sessions with relaxed runs and moderately paced tempo sessions. Your present inclusion of one easy day and one rest day is a very good idea.George Gandy, Director of Athletics at Loughborough University.
and resting in the final pre-race stage.4. Recovery phase (four to six weeks), with two weeks of complete rest, and then two to four weeks of gentle activity.George Gandy, Director of Athletics at Loughborough University
all training in the final week before the triathlon – and also to have a relaxed week (at least) after it’s over. Good luck!—George Gandy, Director of Athletics at Loughborough University
, such as times for particular sections, or closeness to a particular rival. Let the good points boost you, rather than allowing the bad points to discourage you.George Gandy, Director of Athletics at Loughborough University
and be cautious with regards to your inclusion of second and third hard sessions in any one week.George Gandy, director of athletics at Loughborough University
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