Training Load By Week
Average Weekly Training Hours: 06:06
DESIRE. DETERMINATION. DISCIPLINE. Our plans get results!Author:
A solid training plan equals athlete success.Plan Description:
- D3 Multisport Coach
- USA Triathlon Level II Coach
- Ironman Certified Coach
- NSCA Certified Personal Trainer
- Coach of World Championship Qualifiers at every distance: ITU Worlds, 70.3 Worlds, and Kona
- Coach of 1st time Ironman and 70.3 athletes of all levels
- Personal athletic accomplishments include qualifying for Ironman and 70.3 World Championships, and playing Division 1 lacrosse at The University of Connecticut
This plan is designed to build bike-specific strength and power, while maintaining endurance over the off-season. The swim, bike, run workouts included in the plan are primarily aerobic, with an emphasis on technique, in order to maintain base fitness while building the strength necessary to increase power, speed, durability, and to prevent triathlon related injuries. Anytime you see the same strength workout 2 weeks in a row, the goal is to try to increase the amount of weight you are lifting for each applicable exercise. It's ok to decrease repetitions, within the given range. Requirements:
Athletes should have good fitness in the past 4-6 weeks, as well as basic knowledge about strength training form before attempting to lift heavy weights. This plan also requires basic gym equipment. Our programs are designed for the age group triathlete
who has a busy life with a full-time job, a family and/or other responsibilities. In this program, the longer workouts will be on the weekends, and the weekdays will consist of shorter workouts. Our plans set YOU up for success.
The main goal of this plan is to help you achieve your best race! Laura is a full time coach and she is dedicated to providing athletes with the blueprint that gives you the best chance to reach your goals. We leave no stone unturned in helping you reach your goals.
Purchase of this plan includes:
If you have questions
- Strategically designed, simple to follow ‘Structured Workouts’
- Strength workouts and core programs
- D3 'Terminology' and 'Determining Heart Rate and Power Zones' documents
- Insider access to premium content, instructional videos and training tips
- The opportunity to be a part of a top Ironman Club Team, Team D3
- Access to our private, Team D3 Facebook group to ask our USAT Certified Coaches questions
- Team Sponsor Discounts
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Sample Day 1
10 minute run or bike warmup, dynamic stretching
monster walks with band
back lunges with twist
Rotator Cuff Pre-hab:
Sample Day 2
45' ride on a flat course. Keep HR in Zone 1-2.
Sample Day 3
10' run or bike warmup, dynamic stretching
Run Drills, w/ medicine ball overhead
Bent Over Rows
Back Lunge with Twist
Easy 5-10 minute cooldown
Sample Day 5
All exercises are done with a resistance band (with handles):
tricep extensions (2nd half of swim pull)
rows (1st half of swim pull)
internal shoulder rotation
external shoulder rotation
Sample Day 5
5 x (25 right side kick, 25 left side kick, 50 medium effort - 30" rest).
Swim 500 yds straight - 30" rest.
500 as - (100 drill, 100 Free, 100 Paddles, 100 Free, 100 drill).
Sample Day 6
1.5 ride on a flat to rolling course. Cadence at 90, smooth pedaling, no grinding! After 30' warm up - spin up to 100 RPMS for 30" every 3 minutes for the next 30'. Ride another 30 at 90 RPMS. The focus is on smooth pedaling - 90 cadence - Zone 2 (RPE 6, 70IF).
Sample Day 7
Run 30' on a flat course. Keep HR in Zone 1-2.