Designed for novice age group duathletes, this plan will build your endurance, speed and confidence leading up to your key event. Athletes who've completed this plan have conquered duathlons all over the world, surpassing their expectations in the process.
"I don't feel like a novice anymore. I enjoyed the racing and training and I feel that I have made some real progress." Lawrie Procter, November 2014.
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There are normally six workouts per week. There is a day off each week and lighter training every fourth week to help your body adapt to the previous 3 weeks. Minimal fitness requirements are that you can already cycle for 40 minutes and jog for 25 minutes, not on the same day.
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A steady/easy ride in Zone 2. Have your running shoes ready to put on after this ride.
Easy Zone 2 run. Do this straight after cycling.
These threshold reps should feel 'comfortably hard' and should be done at around your 1-hour race pace. Check out the Proprioceptive Cue below, for technique advice. See the Training Zones PDF attached to day 1, for how fast to run.
10mins in Zone 2.
2x5mins in Zone 4 +60secs recoveries in Zone 1 or 2.
5mins in Zone 2
Please click on the link below for your guide to the strength and conditioning workouts.
This can be done outside or using an indoor trainer. Have your running shoes ready to slip on afterwards.
15mins in Zone 2.
4x5mins in Zone 4 +60secs recoveries in Zone 2.
5mins in Zone 2.
As soon as you finish today's ride, slip your running shoes on and run:
Start with 3mins run in Zone 4, then jog for 7mins in Zone 2.
Take it nice and easy today. Run at conversational pace. Mostly in Zone 2.