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Championship Triathlon Training

Dedication, passion, obsession—for serious endurance athletes, coaches, duathletes, and triathletes, the quest for improvement never ends. Knowing they can shave time from the previous performance, they seek out the latest in research and training techniques.

Championship Triathlon TrainingIn Championship Triathlon Training, renowned experts George Dallam and Steven Jonas provide you with the same advanced conditioning concepts and programming used by today’s elite triathletes.

By understanding the science behind the principles, you will incorporate physiology, biomechanics, nutrition, and injury prevention into your regimen to address your specific needs and the demands of competition. Specifically, you’ll learn these techniques:

-Use weight training, plyometrics, and core development to accelerate skill development in all phases of swimming, running, and cycling.

-Apply metabolic training to improve endurance and race speed.

-Combine sport-specific skills, such as mounting and dismounting, with metabolic training to improve transition times between phases.

-Develop more efficient movement patterns for increased performance potential and reduced injury.

-Assess health and physical status to avoid overtraining.

Complete with sample programs for each triathlon distance, technique analysis, training- and race-specific fueling strategies, and tips for motivation, focus, and goal setting, Championship Triathlon Training will optimize your training and maximize your results.

Triathlon Training

No matter what distances you’re training for, Triathlon Training offers expert guidance for improving your racing from start to finish. Triathlon Training contains six race-specific programs—two for sprint distances, two for Olympic distances, one for the half Ironman, and one for the Ironman.

Triathlon TrainingThe sprint and Olympic programs include target race times to help you choose the best program for yourself, based on your ability level. It also details a 12-week, step-by-step, base-building program that you can use to work up to racing distances.

The instruction, time management tips, and drills in Triathlon Training will help you make the most effective use of each training day. Insights from athletes’ profiles and information on nutrition, supplements, and equipment offer additional ways to maximize training as you prepare for competition. The book examines the most common triathlon injuries, offers advice on preventing those injuries, and details how to treat and recover from them, should they occur.

A full-color book with more than 200 photos, Triathlon Training was developed in consultation with USA Triathlon and the British Triathlon Association. Whether you are considering your first triathlon or are committing yourself to Ironman competition, this book will help put you on the path to a successful finish.

The Everything Triathlon Training Book: From scheduling workouts to crossing the finish line — all you need to meet the challenge (Everything (Sports & Fitness)

Triathlons are exploding in popularity across the country.

The Everything Triathlon Training Book: From scheduling workouts to crossing the finish line -- all you need to meet the challenge (Everything (Sports & Fitness)People who have never entered a race are attracted to the triathlon’s mix of running, swimming, and biking. Whether readers are considering their first race or looking for ways to take their training up a notch, this guide is all they need.

Triathletes-in-training will learn how to: Find the right shoes, bike, and swimwear; train for sprint and Olympic-distance triathlons; improve running form, cycling efficiency, and freestyle stroke; train alone or in a group; and more.

Complete with information on nutrition and motivation, this informational guide also provides training logs so athletes can keep track of their progress every step of the way.

The authors take athletes from start to the finish line – and beyond. With their expert help, weekend warriors will find the strength and stamina they need to compete in these accessible, yet challenging, races.