23 weeks to 70.3 IRONMAN - BEGINNER

Average Weekly Training Hours 10:52
Training Load By Week
Average Weekly Training Hours 10:52
Training Load By Week

I am excited to present to you Team Sirius’s Beginner Half Ironman Training Plan.
23 weeks to prepare you for your key Half Ironman Race.

This plan is perfectly suited for the enthusiastic age grouper who is limited on time, yet eager
to complete their key race feeling fit, strong and satisfied.

This plan ranges from 8 hours a week to a maximum of 15 hours.
The plan covers all the bases, and leaves no stone unturned.
I am also certain that it will keep you motivated, inspired and continually progressing!

In buying this plan, you also have the option of signing up for one of two, of my Team Sirius Training camps in Boulder, Co. These camps will be held in April and July. They are 4 day intensive training camps, where you join up with fellow Team Sirius members and will learn from myself and some of my featured athletes.

If you are time limited, yet eager to achieve your goals in this amazing sport, this plan is for you!!!

For an additional price you can purchase one on one email sessions, or Skype calls with myself or
my assistant coach, Rebekah Keat.

The cost for this would be:

250.00/hr for myself.
100.00/hr for Rebekah Keat

I hope that you take on this awesome plan.
It will be awesome to welcome you to Team Sirius, and be a part of your quest for excellence!!!

Sample Day 1
0:45:00
1829m
SWIM: SPEED BUILD MIX

Warm up:
200 easy swim snorkel. ( great for working on your stroke. I love having you warm up with the snorkel as it gets you into a really good rythm.)

4x100 with build each 25 in speed on 20 seconds rest.

main set :

16x50 pull buoy and band for 8. I love using the pull buoy and band to help with turnover, and a strong finish, two very important components to swimming fast in the open water.
4 on 20 seconds rest aerobic.
4 with 25 FASt/ 25 easy on 15 seconds rest.
4 FAST on 1:30.
4 with 25 FAST/ 25 easy on 15 seconds rest.

100 easy swim/drill.

400 swim build every 100. last 100 hard!

warm down:
100 and done.

Sample Day 2
1:00:00
1 h ride feel good.

check bike fit,and make sure all seems perfect for you. Getting a bike fit at the start of this plan would be very beneficial.
on any easy spin...it's good to play around with cadences...doing some 5 minute intervals of:
20 seconds 100plus cadence. 40 seconds 90 cadence x 5. ( for 5 minutes). do 2 of these and you will find it really helps your cycling performance to become efficient at a big range of cadences

Sample Day 3
0:34:59
RUN

Warm up:
10 mins easy
we will do some feel good pickups just to wake up the system and get you accustomed to doing these sorts of pickups to help with speed building.

5x(20 seconds building in speed every 5 seconds, 40 seconds easy jog)

10 mins easy

5x20 seconds as above

5 mins warm down and done.

Sample Day 4
0:49:59
2286m
SWIM 12x50 set and build combo

warm up:
300 snorkel or swim choice
main set:
12x50 every 3rd one fast. on :15 seconds rest 400 swim build every 100.
8x50 every 2nd fast paddles only on 15 seconds rest.
200 build every 50.
4x50 all fast on 30 seconds rest
200 build every 50.
warm down:
200 easy swim and done.

Sample Day 5
0:40:00
Run rolling hills OPTIONAL

40 min run in undulating terrain or include some hills etc
practice proper up and downhill run form.
feel good. start easy and build slightly in effort throughout the run.

Sample Day 6
1:30:00
Long bike 90 mins

1hr15min -1.5 hrs bike
Enjoy and just get time on the bike in the legs!
At this point in time we are building up your endurance, and time on the bike.
Stay in your comfort zone, relatively low heart rate.

Sample Day 7
0:45:00
Long run 45 mins

45 mins run.
Just aerobic. conversational pace. building up endurance and fitness. make sure you have good new run shoes to start this training plan and have good form and efficiency even while running easy! Form and technique sould always be a focus.