SprintTriathlon Race specific 4-6

Average Weekly Training Hours 05:31
Training Load By Week
Average Weekly Training Hours 05:31
Training Load By Week

Athletes selecting this plan should be able to swim 500 yds or meters non stop, and be able to dedicate 4-6 hours per week to training. Since this plan will begin in February, access to a stationary bike, or indoor bike trainer, and inddor pool are necessary. A treadmill is also recommeded by not requireed.

Sample Day 2
0:30:00

Easy ride. keep rpms between 80-85, and zone 1-2) No aerobars. Relax and enjoy riding!

Sample Day 2
1:00:00

10-15 min wu; 3x10m strides with easy jog/ walk back; 3x1 mile/ 1 min rest Place details in comments. 10-15 min cd

Sample Day 3
0:35:00

300 wu; 4x 50 build/ri 20s; 3x300 TT/ 30 sec rest 300 cd = 1700yds

Sample Day 4
0:45:00

gradual warm up over 10-15 min to zone 3. Near end of run, complete 8 x 100m strides on grass or track if appicable. strong relaxed sprint with perfeect form. easy walk/ jog back to start.

Sample Day 5
0:40:00

Easy ride. keep rpms between 80-85, and zone 1-2) No aerobars. Relax and enjoy riding!

Sample Day 6
0:35:00
1097m

WU: 200 choice
300 kick with fins
3x200 Z3 with pull buoy
cd 50 BS/ 50 bk

Sample Day 6
1:00:00

15 min wu; 5 min time trial; 10 min easy spin; 20 min Time trial; 10 min cooldownd - record distance overed If applicable, avg HR for both TT;s, and attach HR or power file if possible.

Tim Crowley
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TC2 Coaching LLC

Triathlon, duathlon, Cyclo-cross, Mountain biking

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