WEEK ONE WEEK TWO WEEK THREE WEEK FOUR Mon Rest Day Rest Day Rest Day Rest Day Tue SWIM for 30 minutes easy SWIM for 30 minutes easy SWIM for 20 minutes easy SWIM for 20 minutes easy Wed Power walk/run ...
minute) A measure of heart rate.Brick Training session combining two disciplines (e.g. cycling and running) used to simulate race experience and help your body adapt to switching sports quickly. BTF (British Triathlon Federation) The national
The sprint schedule training sessions in full:Swim | Bike | RunWeek 1Monday Day offTuesday Swim 1Wednesday Bike 4Thursday Run 1Friday Swim 4Saturday Bike 1Sunday Run 4Week 2Monday Day offTuesday Swim 1Wednesday Bike 4Thursday Run 1Friday Swim 4Saturday Bike 1Sunday Run 4Week 3Mon...
There’s no denying it: triathlon is the sport of the moment. Statistics show more than 100,000 Brits raced the triple last year, turning out at 400 different UK events. Single-sport athletes looking for their next fitness challenge, those fending
proper cycle shoes, but they will improve your speed. If you have not used them before they can seem tricky at first. If this is your first triathlon it is a good idea to get toe cages for your pedals and to cycle in trainers. This way you will be able
anyone can do this race because it's very challenging from a novice point of view, especially if you haven't done much hill training, if any at all. This race is listed in the Top 10 toughest triathlons competition this year. It was also really nice
This section is adapted from the book, Triathlon Training in Four Hours a Week: From Beginner to Finish Line in Just Six Weeks, by Eric Harr1. Choose your starting position wisely. If the triathlon you've entered has a mass start (meaning all
made by newcomers to triathlon.Don't forget your helmetRead your race pack when you receive it. If you are taking your bike to the transition area the night before the race, remember to take your helmet. The rules in your race pack will state that you
If transition is triathlon's fourth discipline, nutrition should be the fifth. Making fuelling mistakes could mean your race ends in disaster. And the longer the event, the more critical your food and drink strategy becomes. But it's not easy
1. Sleep well"In reality, trying to sleep well the night before a race never works," says triathlon coach Rick Kiddle (www.rickkiddle.com). "The best sleep will be the night before the night before. Many athletes can survive with little sleep
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