Olympic Triathlon Training (12 Week Course)

Author

Jennifer Fritzsching-Rulon

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Length

12 Weeks

Typical Week

1 Day Off, 1 Custom, 3 Run, 3 Bike, 2 Swim, 2 Strength

Longest Workout

1:00 hrs swim
1:25 hrs bike
0:55 hrs run

Plan Specs

triathlon olympic beginner intermediate

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Summary

This Olympic Distance Triathlon Course is designed for the athletes who have done a Sprint Triathlon, maybe even a couple and heck, maybe you have been a runner.

Stats

Training Load By Week
Average Weekly Breakdown
Average Weekly Training Hours: 07:29
Training Load By Week
Average Weekly Training Hours: 07:29
Average Weekly Breakdown

Jennifer Fritzsching-Rulon

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My goal is to get the athlete to the finish line, injury free and with a smile. I will provide a training plan specific to your "A" race. I will be a coach, sometimes a cheerleader but I will also provide tough love if you are not getting the work in. Remember, you have to do this for YOU! No one else. If you are looking for a coach with NO BS, contact me.

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Sample Day 1

0:30:00
Optional Workouts

The time in there for an example of how you should build over the weeks. If there is an event that you are not good at, then add one per week. For example:

Swim: If you do an extra swim, do one water or drill work and just get the feel of the water.

Bike: Just get in the saddle, outside or spin class.

Run: Just run. No need to do interval work. Building the run is the hardest. Don't do more than 10% of what you did the week before.

Day Off: If you need to adjust your day off, so that you can actually have a day off, do so!

Sample Day 8

0:40:00
Optional Workouts

The time in there for an example of how you should build over the weeks. If there is an event that you are not good at, then add one per week. For example:

Swim: If you do an extra swim, do one water or drill work and just get the feel of the water.

Bike: Just get in the saddle, outside or spin class.

Run: Just run. No need to do interval work.

Day Off: If you need to adjust your day off, so that you can actually have a day off, do so!

Sample Day 15

0:50:00
Optional Workouts

The time in there for an example of how you should build over the weeks. If there is an event that you are not good at, then add one per week. For example:

Swim: If you do an extra swim, do one water or drill work and just get the feel of the water.

Bike: Just get in the saddle, outside or spin class.

Run: Just run. No need to do interval work.

Day Off: If you need to adjust your day off, so that you can actually have a day off, do so!

Sample Day 22

0:30:00
Optional Workouts

The time in there for an example of how you should build over the weeks. If there is an event that you are not good at, then add one per week. For example:

Swim: If you do an extra swim, do one water or drill work and just get the feel of the water.

Bike: Just get in the saddle, outside or spin class.

Run: Just run. No need to do interval work.

Day Off: If you need to adjust your day off, so that you can actually have a day off, do so!

Sample Day 29

0:50:00
Optional Workouts

The time in there for an example of how you should build over the weeks. If there is an event that you are not good at, then add one per week. For example:

Swim: If you do an extra swim, do one water or drill work and just get the feel of the water.

Bike: Just get in the saddle, outside or spin class.

Run: Just run. No need to do interval work.

Day Off: If you need to adjust your day off, so that you can actually have a day off, do so!

Sample Day 36

1:00:00
Optional Workouts

The time in there for an example of how you should build over the weeks. If there is an event that you are not good at, then add one per week. For example:

Swim: If you do an extra swim, do one water or drill work and just get the feel of the water.

Bike: Just get in the saddle, outside or spin class.

Run: Just run. No need to do interval work.

Day Off: If you need to adjust your day off, so that you can actually have a day off, do so!

Sample Day 43

1:10:00
Optional Workouts

The time in there for an example of how you should build over the weeks. If there is an event that you are not good at, then add one per week. For example:

Swim: If you do an extra swim, do one water or drill work and just get the feel of the water.

Bike: Just get in the saddle, outside or spin class.

Run: Just run. No need to do interval work.

Day Off: If you need to adjust your day off, so that you can actually have a day off, do so!

Olympic Triathlon Training (12 Week Course)

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