12 Week Sprint Plan for relative new comers

Average Weekly Training Hours 06:34
Training Load By Week
Average Weekly Training Hours 06:34
Training Load By Week

This 12 week Sprint Plan is designed for the athlete who is looking to do their first Sprint Triathlon, but current level of fitness allows 500 yards of continuous swimming, 12+ miles cycling and is capable of running a 5k. This plan is also appropriate for an athlete who has done a few Sprints, but would like to step up to a structured plan but isn't quite ready to hire a full service coach.

The athlete should have a running watch and/or a cycling computer that allows capture of speed, distance, time and heart rate. These workouts by default do not require a power meter, but please contact the coach if you'd prefer to train with power.

In addition to scripted plans Power2Tri Multisport also provides full service coaching. Please email us at info@power2Tri-Multisport.com for more information on more comprehensive coaching plans.

Sample Day 1
0:35:00
1372m
20TSS
Short Endurance 300 Build + 1000 Main Set

Warm Up 100yd
1 x 50yd Freestyle Swim (Easy)
1 x 50yd Freestyle Swim (Steady Pace)
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Repeat 2x
2 x 25yd Freestyle Lateral Kick
2 x 25yd Freestyle Underwater recovery
2 x 25yd Freestyle Catch-Up
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Main Set
1 x 400yd Freestyle Swim (Steady Pace) - 25s Rest Interval
2 x 300yd Freestyle Kick with Fins
Rest Interval 00:30s
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Warm Down 100yd
1 x 50yd Freestyle Swim
1 x 50yd Freestyle Swim (Easy)

Sample Day 2
1:10:00
84.3TSS
Cycling HR Zone Assessment *** Read all notes ahead of test *** Copy

On this Assessment we are working to determine your current sustainable effort for 1 hour. But, good news, your TT will only be for 30 minutes. Overall, this will be a hard effort, so make sure to do it fairly rested, hydrated, fueled, but not on a full stomach. We will use the average HR of the last 20 minutes of the TT to determine your zones. Take that average and then use the calculator from below:

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Sample Day 3
0:50:00
29.3TSS
Active Recovery

Sample Day 4
0:40:00
1829m
34.1TSS
Swim Test - 3 x 300 *** POST SWIM ZONES ***

WARM-UP
200 easy, 10s rest
2 x 150 done as: 50 swim, 50 kick, 50 swim, 10s rest
2 x 100 easy, 10s rest
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MAIN
3 x 300 time trial, 30s rest
- hit lap button for each set so we can get the split time for each 300.
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2 x 200 easy. You can alternate free/back by 50 if you like.

Sample Day 5
0:55:00
87.1TSS
LTHR Test -- 30 Minute TT

*** If you already have established HR Zones don't do this run with those zones in mind. During the TT you should be going for max sustainable 30 minute effort... we don't want you fading and we don't want you to have anything left at the end ***
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** Best if done on a flat and repeatable course, such as a track **
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Running watch to record the 30 minute TT, but don't look at the watch for pace... go by feel and go at your hardest pace you can HOLD... the idea is to have the mile splits deviate by no more than 5% +/-
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Sample Day 6
1:18:00
69.7TSS
Aerobic Intervals

Sample Day 7
0:40:00
1737m
27TSS
Endurance Drills & 4x200/50

Dave D'Abrosca
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Power2Tri Multisport, LLC

Services
In addition to working directly with athletes in a full coaching capacity Coach Dave also provides fixed training plans for athletes who just prefer a plan. The training plans are for all distance of triathlons, as well as run only plans. Plans are available to all levels of athletes from beginner through advanced.

All training plans include a training guide, supporting videos and limited email with the coach.