Duathlon: 10k/40k/5k Advanced, 9-14 Hours/Week
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This 12 week training plan, written by former Duathlon Natonial Champion, coach, and Duathlon.com founder Eric Schwartz, is for the experienced duathlete looking for peak performance in a 10k run, 40k bike, 5k run or similar distance duathlon. This plan is a great fit for athletes training for the National Championships or the World Championships.
I've coached several gold, silver, and bronze medalists at the Duathlon World Championships, and I would feel comfortable giving them this plan to earn another medal.
Athletes using this plan should have a minimum of 2-3 years of multisport experience and should have a solid training base. This plan contains a significant quantity of training intensity.
Mondays are generally day off/recovery days, and approximately 3 days of each week include both a bike and run workout.
The plan includes some flexibility in training time and workouts. Following the minimum workout requirements requires 8-12 hours of training per week. Doing the maximum requires 12-14 hours per week.
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How it Works
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- Track your performance with robust data tracking and detailed graphs.
- Plan for your event in the TrainingPeaks calendar.
- Track your weight, sleep, hours, fatigue and stress while you train.
- Syncs daily with other popular apps like Garmin and MyFitnessPal.
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