Build plan, beginner, sprint triathlon, by Eric Kenney, Ek Endurance Coaching

Average Weekly Training Hours 04:13
Training Load By Week
Average Weekly Training Hours 04:13
Training Load By Week

This is for the new-be! Your first Tri! This programe will have you ready for your first run at the boulder sprint or any sprint for that matter. You should own running shoes and have even maybe ran in the before. The bike training in this program is designed for any type of bike as the training is based on time mostly rather than mileage. To use the support forums you must be in our training peaks account. e-mail us and we will get you set up ASAP! From 4-8 hr of training in a week. Don’t worry, the 8 will feel like nothing after you have built up to it. for questions, personalized training plans, one on one coaching, contact Coach eric at: Eric@ekendurancecoaching.com

Sample Day 2
0:30:00
Endurance Swim

time to find a pool or the local swimming hole. with a group is best. take your time. work on being smooth in the water. breathing from alternate sides and going straight!

Sample Day 3
0:45:00
Ride the bike to and from work.

just getting used to the bike. handling skills are key!
get comfortable to clipping in and out. stopping and starting, etc.

Sample Day 5
0:30:00
Endurance Swim

time to find a pool or the local swimming hole. with a group is best. take your time. work on being smooth in the water. breathing from alternate sides and going straight!

Sample Day 6
0:45:00
Easy ride

or longer if you feel up to it. keep the pace realxed focus on having a relaxed upper body and pedaling smooth circles with the legs.

Sample Day 9
1:00:00
Threshold

TEST: time to get some training zones.

warm up well. 15' at least include a few hard 1' efforts. find an uninterrupted stretch of road and ride for 30'. steady, all out, effort. record your HR and perceived excretion for the last 20' of the test. Ride home easy to cool down.

go to EKEnduranceCoaching.com and use the TOOLS section to determine yoru training zones.

Sample Day 11
0:20:00
endurance run

First run: keep it easy. don't be affraid to walk if you need.

Sample Day 12
0:30:00
Endurance Swim

time to find a pool or the local swimming hole. with a group is best. take your time. work on being smooth in the water. breathing from alternate sides and going straight!

Eric Kenney
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