Competitive Triathlon in 10hours a Week

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Competitive Triathlon in 10hours a Week by Patrick McCrann.pdf

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Descriptions : How does it work Competitive Triathlon in Hours A Week is more than a book its a process As you read the book you will be planning parts of your own season By the time you are done typically in hours you will have created your own plan for Hours success Key elements of the Hours methodology include br br Focusing only on your next A race not the full season br Focusing on your Critical Success Factors not just logging hours br Leveraging intensity into build strength and build endurance simultaneously br Executing Race Simulation workouts to put your fitness to the test and prepare for race day br Scheduling big weekends to add endurance oriented training to your program when needed br br What will you learn Truth be told this book is not for the weak of heart We will ask you to throw out some very popular approaches to training in place of new data driven results Old school methods of training such as spending lots of time in Zone Two avoiding Zone Three having to swim times a week needing to hit the gym consistentlythese are all challenged eliminated You will learn br br Focusing on your next race enables you to target your training that br Its not how much training you do its how you do that training that matters that br That striving for triathlon excellence doesnt require you to become a social outcast that br Multisport fitness is built on cumulative well executed training instead of just logging miles

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