Sprint Training Plans

Sprints range from ~.3 Mile Swim, 10 Mile Bike, 3 Mile Run

 

Sprint - Novice Triathlete - This plan is for the beginner or developing athlete. No experience is necessary in any of the disciplines. This plan starts off with about 3 hours of training and ramps up to about 5 hours of training per week and has two workout sessions per week of swim, bike and run. This program will start with very low aerobic workouts and progress into low/moderate aerobic intensities before tapering so that your confidence and ability will peak for race day.

 

A strength building plan is included and will entail about another hour of work per week.

 

Sprint - Intermediate Triathlete - This plan is for the intermediate athlete who has a base level of fitness so they can start right into a moderate volume of training. Some experience will be necessary for each of the disciplines. This plan starts off with about 6 hours of training and ramps up to about 9 hours of training per week. There will be between three to four workout sessions per week of swim, bike and run. This program will start with low aerobic workouts and progress into moderate/high aerobic intensities before tapering so that your confidence and ability will peak for race day. Brick workouts will be incorporated to further challenge and ready you for race day.

 

A strength building plan is included and will entail about another hour of work per week.

 

Sprint - Advanced Triathlete - This plan is for athletes that have competed before and want to ramp up there game so that they can compete at their peak level of performance. This plan encompasses about 9 hours of training in the first week and ramps up to about 15 hours of training in the peak week. There will be between three to four workout sessions per week of swim, bike and run. This program will start with moderate aerobic workouts and progress into high aerobic/threshold intensities before tapering so that your confidence and ability will peak for race day. Brick workouts will be incorporated to further challenge and ready you for race day.

 

A strength building plan is included and will entail about another hour of work per week.