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Long Course Triathlon & Off Season Training Bundle

10 Week Off Season + 18 Week Long Course Training

1.2 Mile Swim
56 Mile Bike
13.1 Mile Run

USD $50

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Athlete Profile & Prerequisite:
1. Able to Run 1-2 miles without stopping.
2. Able to Swim 100 yards without stopping.
3. Able to Bike comfortably for 30 mins.

10 Week Off-Season Training Plan Features:

  • Weight training and base endurance maintenance plan for athletes coming off their triathlon season.
  • Triathlon specific weight training plan.
  • All Endurance maintenance plan can be done in an indoor gym.
  • Mild peak and recovery phase.
  • Workouts include Speed Work, Endurance and Power routines.

Long Course Training Phases:

Adaptation Stage
Week 1-4: 
  This is a low intensity training phase allowing you to get stronger gradually to avoid injuries further into the season. It is also meant to help you be consistent in your workout – allowing you to adapt your training program into your lifestyle.  Do not exceed the recommended workout allocations as this will only cause you to burn out or get injured as our training intensities increases.

Aerobic Stage
Week 5-8: This is a period where Intensity levels are gradually increasing. Swim Drills and track workouts are incorporated into your workout.

Active Recovery
Week 9: 
  Active recovery period.  Allow your body to heal and recover. You will enter the Endurance phase stronger.

Endurance Stage
Week 10-13:
Open Water swimming is incorporated into the workout.  Brick workouts (Bike/Run) are introduced in this phase. Distance and intensity levels are gradually increasing. Weight training is decreased.  Track workout is introduced for speed work.

Active Recovery
Week 14
  Active recovery period. 

Competitive Stage
Week 15-17:
Intensities & distance are at its maximum level. You will be race ready at the end of this phase. There is no weight training in this phase. Endurance training allowing you to “Go Long” is emphasized in this phase.

Taper
Week 18: 
Active Recovery workouts are the primary focus of this phase. Tapering increases muscle glycogen and will give you a well recovered body on race day.



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