2015 Youth Elite Triathlon Training Plan-12 weeks
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This 12-week triathlon plan is intended for the youth elite level triathletes. This training plan is designed specifically for youth ages 13-15 years olds who have competed in triathlons in the past and are seeking to compete in the ITU (draft legal) Youth Elite style of triathlon. This plan is designed to improve your performance while preparing to compete in youth elite triathlons in 12 weeks. This is a detailed 12-week plan, it will help you improve on your basic non-draft legal level of training and experience and provide a formal periodized triathlon program. You should be able to train 5 days per week with some days consisting of two workouts in order to start this plan. These workouts will follow a periodization approach to your training. At the end of this plan you will be ready to perform at a higher level during your youth elite distance triathlons.
Age 13-15 years old
Must be in good heath with no medical conditions or cleared by a licensed physician
Should possess a road bike, no triathlon bike use for ITU style racing
Should own or purchase a Heart Rate Monitor
Ideally own a bike stationary trainer or computrainer
Able to swim freestyle or front crawl for 200 meters without stopping
Able to bike 5 miles without stopping and have bike handling skills
Able to run 2 miles without stopping
How it Works
Training Plan Sample Week
Average Weekly Breakdown
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Day Off x1
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Training Load By Week
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- Track your weight, sleep, hours, fatigue and stress while you train.
- Syncs daily with other popular apps like Garmin and MyFitnessPal.
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