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Sprint

Triathlon Science

Human Kinetics, 2013

Ebook Chapter

4

... to 5b. Experienced athletes may be in zone 5c for limited time. Anaerobic capacity, power. Adapted, with permission, from G. Bernhardt, 2007, Training plans for multisport athletes (Boulder, CO: VeloPress), 22-23, and G. Bernhardt, 2009,...

Duathlon

Triathlon Science

Human Kinetics, 2013

Ebook Chapter

3

... be accomplished in about 3 months, even when keeping training time less than 6 1/2 hours per week. (Bernhardt 2007) One strategy for training is to do at least one combo (run-to-bike) or brick (bike-to-run) workout per week. The structure...

Ironman

Triathlon Science

Human Kinetics, 2013

Ebook Chapter

3

... is typically in zones 4 to 5b. Experienced athletes may be in zone 5c for limited time. Anaerobic capacity, power. Adapted, with permission, from G. Bernhardt, 2007, Training plans for multisport athletes (Boulder, CO: VeloPress), 22-23, and G....

Combination Workout Training

Triathlon Science

Human Kinetics, 2013

Ebook Chapter

2

...Although most triathlon training focus goes toward the primary disciplines of swimming, cycling, and running, the transitions that occur between disciplines are also important. Two main aspects of transition need to be considered. First...

Olympic

Triathlon Science

Human Kinetics, 2013

Ebook Chapter

3

... will have a run split time of 1:15. Adding the individual sport times and including some transition time, her total race time will be 3:45 to 4:00. (Bernhardt 2007) Enhancing Training Serious Olympic-distance racers should have a base level...

Half-Ironman

Triathlon Science

Human Kinetics, 2013

Ebook Chapter

3

... speed endurance, anaerobic endurance. Sprint-distance race pace is typically in zones 4 to 5b. Experienced athletes may be in zone 5c for limited time. Anaerobic capacity, power. Adapted, with permission, from G. Bernhardt, 2007, Training...