TRI TRAINING CAMP PREPARATION SPRINT | OLYMPIC [HEART RATE & SWIM PACE] 12 weeks

Average Weekly Training Hours 06:13
Training Load By Week
Average Weekly Training Hours 06:13
Training Load By Week

Sport: Triathlon
Includes Strength and Conditioning, Plyo, Warm ups and Cool downs

Distance | Event: Spring Training Camp Sprint + + [SUITABLE FOR SPRINT AND OLYMPIC]

Suitable for: Intermediate | Advanced | Indoor bike midweek, outdoor weekend uses swim PACE

Suitable for an athlete conditioned or regularly training in this sport, or fit enough from other sports to require a challenging programme of improvement in their chosen discipline. You've booked your camp, so be prepared for climbing and a lot of swimming, and you'd like to get baseline fit before you get there to ensure you get the most out of your hard earned money. You get a progressive programme based on heart rate and the pool clock / pace that’s clear, easy to follow and starts with testing and manageable sessions that grow more challenging as you improve. If you want to use CSS then select the other training camp plan with CSS in the title.

What you get:
• Video introduction and Welcome
• Full test protocols for benchmarking and improvement, plus retesting sessions
• One-minute videos on Training Peaks set up and use, plus how-to PDF
• Information on all links to connect your training device and Training Peaks+
• Access to bike power software, turbotraining.co.uk FREE until March 2018
• Free Swim Technique Video Library on YouTube
• Free Run Technique Video Library on YouTube
• ALL sessions based on YOUR fitness, pace, heart rate or power metrics
• Inbuilt ‘progression’ challenge, sessions get more challenging the fitter you get
• Full illustrated guides on all strength and conditioning sessions
• A plan based on your chosen way of measuring your effort and improvement
• A programme based not on hours, but on fitness progression for your chosen event
• An invitation to the closed group Racestronger Facebook pages where you can share experiences, ask questions and find out more relating to your training

Racestronger.com Ethos:
All our plans offer proven results, and have been used by elites to novice level athletes in multi- discipline to single sport to achieve personal bests and outstanding performances. Race proven by the Lovetri |Swimwerkx team and hundreds of athletes worldwide. The library features full multi-discipline programmes and ‘boost’ programmes, allowing you to focus on your favourite sport or the one you want to improve the most. You’ll find a programme to suit at www.racestronger.com that allows you to mix metric train, with power and heart rate, or train using your preferred effort measurement method. Why not buy a plan and take advantage of our tailoring offer, meaning we can swap around for a small fee the types of sessions if required to make it perfect for you!

Complete this and be the star of the training camp! Crest those hills with ease and arrive fit!

Sample Day 1
0:50:00
TEST - KEY [Sub Max] RUN THRESHOLD

This will calculate or estimate your current fitness and LTHR for run without the need for an early season max testing session

You perform two sub max tests on a flat course or on treadmill. Use the same course, and similar conditions if you do outside.

Do 2 x 20 minute tests with appropriate rest in between, if you are unfit, or detrained please do 2 x 10 minutes instead

How to Video here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ux2rlzr0f60a34p/AADZU70LewxD1_umRJU_J8Ika?dl=0

Sample Day 2
1400m
TEST - ALTERNATE 1000m Threshold

Swimming Pace

Simply swim 1000 and then divide your finish time by 10. This is your T-time. This should be done early in the Base period and every 4 to 6 weeks thereafter. The more times you do this test the more accurate your T-time will become as there is a learning curve that has to do with pacing in the first few minutes when doing this test.

Step 2

Set your swim pace zones in your TrainingPeaks account. Where you see 'T' or 'T' time [with or without plus (+) or minus (-) a few seconds this means for example a T-time pace that would be the equivalent of your T-time plus or minus the seconds per 100, so you'll need to work that out for the length of the pool you are in.  it is a 50 meter/yard set you are doing, half the time difference] the link below shows you how to set up your pace for swim zones, meaning EVERY session's blue detailed intervals will have a pace or time per 100

Sample Day 4
0:27:00
39TSS
Hill Repeat P1 RPE

Find a 7-14% hill
8–16 x 45-second repeats up, recover on the way down, intensity given in blue chart detail above

Sample Day 5
0:45:00
OR if fit TEST - *KEY BIKE [Max] LTHR

Warm up, on the trainer | turbo trainer | Wattbike or similar. Or outside. 10Mins

When you are ready ride as hard as you are able for 30 minutes. Your LTHR is your average HR for the last 20 minutes. Put this result into Training Peaks: Record this and note in real time or after your session has uploaded do this:

https://help.trainingpeaks.com/hc/en-us/articles/204073584-How-to-Set-your-Thresholds-and-Calculate-your-Zones VIDEO

HOW TO input your results into Training Peaks here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ux2rlzr0f60a34p/AADZU70LewxD1_umRJU_J8Ika?dl=0

Click on your completed session in Training Peaks

a) click 'analyze' or the two diagonal arrows top right of the session box in the middle of your screen, you'll notice performance stats in the box on the right, and a big graph on the left box

If you just recorded your 20 min session then your average HR will show in this box, Use that figure for your zones input.

IF your session was longer and incorporated the 20 minutes then:

b) navigate to that graph - ensure that its showing time as its main axis

c) select the full 20 | last 20 minutes of the proper test you want to if you included your warm up in the session recorded by clicking and holding your mouse button and dragging

d) the statistics will change for the time period you just selected in the right box, use the average HR score you see there to input into Training Peaks zone setting

Go to settings, click zones, select Heart Rate heading then 'add activity' and choose bike or amend what figures are already there by overwriting them by doing the following:

Put the average HR result into the 'threshold' input box, use max and resting HR figures IF you know them, then choose lactate threshold as your 'type' and 'Andy Coggan' as your calculation method then save the result and APPLY.

All your bike sessions will then default and show your target HR's for the session and intervals within them if any


ALTERNATE


(The LTHR (lactate threshold heart rate- the point where you go from Aerobic sustainable for an hour to ANAEROBIC sustainable for a few minutes only is different for biking as opposed to running as it is not weight bearing)

If you wish to use the results from your RUN threshold test then use the following percentages below - input them into your bike zones MANUALLY

Navigate to your profile on TP>Settings> Zones, select HR, 'add activity' BIKE and add or amend your bike HR zones manually

Bike Zones
Zone 1 Less than 81% of RUN LTHR
Zone 2 81% to 89% of RUN LTHR
Zone 3 90% to 93% of RUN LTHR
Zone 4 94% to 99% of RUN LTHR
Zone 5a 100% to 102% of RUN LTHR
Zone 5b 103% to 106% of RUN LTHR
Zone 5c More than 106% of RUN LTHR

A not quite as good alternate is to simply knock off around 12-15 beats off your maximum known HR, and use that figure for TP to auto compute. Use 'Max HR' as the methodology, and 'Joe Friel for bike' as the calculation and press

Sample Day 7
16.16mi
20K Intensity Pacer 1-4 THR [T]

By now you should know your Bike Threshold HR

If using HR and you use Threshold HR try and maintain a steady 110% of that score

Ideally you're also looking for on a flattish course a VI score of less than 1.05 [on trainingpeaks, top right statistics in the post session analysis] meaning your output has been steady or within 5% for the whole time you were out

Pick a route that you know and can do. Look afterwards, could you have gone at a more intensive level?

Adjust or keep the same over the next 2 SIMs at the end of this programme rides and see what effect different intensities have on an optional 3k run afterwards to assess impact of different bike intensities

Sample Day 8
1:13:00
65.8TSS
TURBO ELITES | A Pyramid P1-3 LTHR

Turbo/Rollers/Static Bike: Pyramid Intervals Session

Ride: Cadence 95rpm+ during the efforts and drop below 95rpm for the rests 

Zones: Threshold zone for TT efforts and active recovery for rests

1 minutes Threshold Effort 
1 minutes Active Recovery
2 minutes Threshold Effort 
2 minutes Active Recovery 
3 minutes Threshold Effort 
3 minutes Active Recovery 
4 minutes Threshold Effort 
4 minutes Active Recovery 
5 minutes Threshold Effort 
4 minutes Active Recovery 
4 minutes Threshold Effort 
3 minutes Active Recovery 
3 minutes Threshold Effort 
2 minutes Active Recovery 
2 minutes Threshold Effort 
1 minutes Active Recovery 
1 minutes Threshold Effort 

Cool down routine

Session 2 and every following Week - add 30 seconds to everything except the max effort

Sample Day 9
5.28mi
Road RPE Speed Work 1

Warm up thoroughly using dynamic movements then
5 x 1k repeats (400m jog/walk rest interval), 1, 3 and 5 at 1k race pace, 2 and 4 at mile 1500m/1600m race pace

Paul Gardner
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Lovetri | Swimwerkx Race Team

Head Coach|Owner LovetriSwimwerkx Race Team
Founder racestronger.com online training plans

Ex GB Age Group athlete and Triathlon England Board Member. Head Coach and Coach Mentor [coach other coaches]

  • Ironman certified
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  • Training Peaks LII
  • Wattbike Power Trained

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