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SPRINT-DISTANCE TRIATHLON, POST-RACE RECOVERY PLAN, 1-WEEK (FREE WITH COUPON CODE)

Author

Joe Friel

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1 Week

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Plan Description



 
• Plan is intended for a triathlete who has just completed a sprint-distance triathlon
 


 
This is a one-week recovery plan to be used by the athlete who has just completed a sprint-distance triathlon. The plan starts on the Monday following the race.
 
This plan guides the user safely, day-by-day through a gradual return to normal training. Training volume gradually increases with small changes in intensity. The emphasis is on physical and mental recovery, skill enhancement, and aerobic endurance fitness. At the end of this one-week plan, you will be ready to start Base 3 or Build 1 training in preparation for the next race of the season.
 
To get this plan for free, use coupon code “free” when prompted.
 
(Note that this plan does not include expected workout TSS and does not use the “Workout Builder” format. TSS, however, is still calculated on completion of every workout.)
 


 
After your event, please provide feedback on how this plan worked for you.
 
“Thanks again for your interest in my training plans, and I hope your training and racing go very well this season.” —Joe Friel



Training Plan Sample Week

Stats

Average Weekly Breakdown

Workouts Weekly Average Longest Workout
Bikex3
4:30 hrs 2:00 hrs
Swimx3
1:45 hrs 0:45 hrs
Runx3
2:15 hrs 1:00 hrs
Day Offx1
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Workouts Per Week Weekly Average Longest Workout
Bike
4:30 hrs 2:00 hrs
Swim
1:45 hrs 0:45 hrs
Run
2:15 hrs 1:00 hrs
Day Off
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Training Load By Week


Joe Friel

Joe Friel Coaching

An endurance coach since 1980, Joe Friel has worked with triathletes, cyclists, and runners around the globe. He trains coaches and assists various national federations and national Olympic team staff. He also consults with professional athletes and sports-related businesses. Coach Friel occasionally offers personal camps and seminars for clubs and teams. He has authored 17 books on training including the best-selling Training Bible series. For more info, go to his blog at www.joefrielsblog.com.