Long distance preparation; 35 weeks; Level: Beginner; English language; Starts any time
Elite/Pro coaching "made in Germany"; Coach Matthias Knossalla: TP author & level 2 coachAll plans by this Coach
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You're doing triathlon quite a while? You want to go longer and do your first full Iong distance? If the answear is yes you should use this training plan!
This plan will challenge you and it will get hard from time to time, but if purposefulness and ambition are features that accurately describe you, you'll reach your goal!Based on this training program many many Age Group athletes finished their first full distance race very successful !The plan includes a full season preparation over 35 weeks for your long distance race. It can be started at any time and used multiple times.
Based on the "Reverse Periodization", we will take care of your under-distance performance. You will be fast at short distances! Over the coming weeks and months, we'll take this new level of performance to the longer, more race-specific sessions. This is how to reach a whole new level!
Another advantage of "reverse periodization" is the time savings. In the first few weeks and months, short and intensive sessions are on the program! You don't have to ride your bike for 6 hours. Speed comes first!
The training remains interesting and very varied, as the focuse change over the course of the season.We've been working with our age group and pro athletes on trivolution-training.com for years with this periodization, and we're making tremendous improvements!
The individual cycles are based on a four-week scheme. Weeks 1 to 3 increase in intensity (not necessarily in volume!) And week 4 then includes 3 + 1 (active) recovery days. The longest sessions of the week take place over the weekend. Every Monday and Friday is designed as an active recovery day
- Your are already doing triathlon
- you already did at least one middle distance
- at least 9-15 hours of training per week
- a powermeter is a big advantage (but not necessary)
What you get:This training plan includes 35 weeks of structured training for your next long-distance race!
A b-race over the middle distance is scheduled four weeks before the long distance. In addition, plans for athletic training as well as videos for mobility training and strength training are provided.You will find a detailed training-guide with all the information you need on day 1 (download).
If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact me:
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Training Plan Sample Week
Average Weekly Breakdown
|Workouts||Weekly Average||Longest Workout|
|2:59 hrs||2:30 hrs|
|6:14 hrs||5:30 hrs|
|2:21 hrs||1:30 hrs|
|0:31 hrs||0:30 hrs|
|Workouts Per Week||Weekly Average||Longest Workout|
||2:59 hrs||2:30 hrs|
||6:14 hrs||5:30 hrs|
||2:21 hrs||1:30 hrs|
||0:31 hrs||0:30 hrs|