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The Active Project - The Intro Project

Author

Amanda Moore

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Length

6 Weeks

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Plan Description

That gratifying feeling of your first triathlon finish, its addictive! One that the nerves and excitement in the lead up really pay off.

This is a straightforward 6-week training plan for beginner triathletes which uses a perceived effort chart (or RPE) to measure the intensity of each session. We help athletes to understand the fundamentals of the 3 disciplines throughout the program. And do not worry if you are completely new to one of the sports, we will guide you and ease you in.

Each session contains a video to explain the focus for the session to better help you understand what you are trying to achieve in each discipline (even the fourth discipline - transition).

The plan will properly prepare an athlete for a sprint level triathlon (750m swim, 20km bike and 5km run), easing you into the complexity of triathlon. By the time you get to race morning, you will be prepared for the task ahead using our proven tips and tricks and the confidence you will complete the race feeling good.

Once you purchase the plan, feel free to reach out via email if you have questions regarding training. Additionally, join our Facebook community to meet like-minded athletes.



Training Plan Sample Week

Stats

Average Weekly Breakdown

Workouts Weekly Average Longest Workout
Run x3
0:57 hrs 0:59 hrs
Bike x2
0:53 hrs 1:05 hrs
Swim x2
2,617m 1,500m
Day Off x2
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Workouts Per Week Weekly Average Longest Workout
Run
0:57 hrs 0:59 hrs
Bike
0:53 hrs 1:05 hrs
Swim
2,617m 1,500m
Day Off
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Training Load By Week


This plan works best with the following fitness devices:

  • GPS

All supported devices

Amanda Moore

The Active Project

When you’re an athlete, one of the most critical factors to becoming the best at your sport is not how often you train, but how you train. You can run for an hour every day, seven days a week; however, if you aren’t training correctly, you won’t progress and reach your end goal.

One of the critical things to remember is that as athletes, there is no hard and fast rule on how best to train, as you are all individuals, have different goals and have varying skill sets.

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