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Duathlon: 10k/60k/10k Plan for Beginners 5-9 hrs/wk

Author

Eric Schwartz

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Length

12 Weeks

Plan Specs

duathlon

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Plan Description

12 week training plan, written by former Duathlon Natonial Champion and Duathlon.com founder Eric Schwartz, is for beginning duathletes competing in a long course duathlon with an expected total race time of 3-5 hours. Before engaging in this plan you should be able to run 45 minutes and bike 75 minutes. Each week involves five to six days of training and no more than one workout is planned per day. With a maximum week of 9 hours of training, you will be ready to complete a long distance duathlon in just 12 weeks.

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Stats

Average Weekly Breakdown

Workouts Weekly Average Longest Workout
2:33 hrs 1:45 hrs
—— ——
2:55 hrs 2:45 hrs
1:10 hrs 3:30 hrs
Workouts Per Week Weekly Average Longest Workout
2:33 hrs 1:45 hrs
—— ——
2:55 hrs 2:45 hrs
1:10 hrs 3:30 hrs

Training Load By Week


Eric Schwartz

Endurance One

Specific areas of exerptiese inlclude: triathlon, duathlon, running, cycling, mental preparation and nutritional guidance.

Services are located on my webpage at http://www.EnduranceOne.com

Sample Day 1

0:30:00
Heart rate zone 1-2, check form.

Run 30 minutes with heart rate in zone 1-2/easy to moderate effort. Continually check form. Quick cadence.

Sample Day 3

1:00:00
Rolling hills seated

Bike 1 hour. Ride primarily at 1-2 zones/easy to moderate effort on a rolling course. Mostly in saddle on hills to build & maintain hip strength. Small and big chain rings.
///See my supporting documents for more explanation on how to use a heart rate monitor OR perceived effort to guide your intensity throughout this plan.

Sample Day 4

0:40:00
Zone 1-2, check cadence

Run 40 minutes. Heart rate in zones 1-2/easy to moderate effort on a gently rolling course. Check cadence: count left foot strikes 15 seconds. Goal is 21 plus.

Sample Day 6

0:20:00
Heart rate zone 1-2, check form.

Immediately after your bike run 20 minutes in zone 1-2/easy to moderate effort. Continually check form. Quick cadence.

Sample Day 6

1:30:00
Easy ride

Ride 90 minutes in 1-2 zone (easy to moderate effort). Comfortably high rpm.

Sample Day 7

1:00:00
Heart rate zone 1-2, check form.

Run 1:00 to 1:15. If you have not been doing hour runs then limit today's total time to 1 hour. Your long run duration will build up to a maximum of 1:45 over the first 7 weeks. Run with heart rate in zone 1-2/easy to moderate effort. Don't force zone 2. Flat to gently rolling. Continually check form. Quick cadence.

Sample Day 9

1:00:00
Steady, moderate effort

Ride 1 hour on a flat to gently rolling course. Get at least 50% of ride time in 2 zone. Avoid 3-5 zones.

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