Ironplanner: Iron-Distance Organizer for Triathletes

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Meyer & Meyer Verlag, Feb 1, 2009 - Sports & Recreation - 135 pages
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Do you want to start training for your first Ironman race, but keep getting distracted and confused by the little details? Have you become an Ironman, but want to improve your training efficiency? Or are you an Ironman returning from a break and just want to get back into the swing of things quickly and simply? Ironplanner is the perfect book for you! Packed with worksheets and checklist that will help you organize every aspect of your race preparation - from the day you start training, to the day you stand at the start line - it allows you to spend your valuable non-training time recovering, being with your family, and doing the things you love. This volume also includes expert hints and tips to help you keep track of elements crucial to Ironman success, such as fuelling strategies and confidence building.
 

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Contents

Contents
9
IRONPLANNER COUNTDOWN
23
Mantras Worksheet 73
27
The Final 3 Months
29
Summary of Weekly Training Volume by Discipline
42
About Swimming
55
Best Moments
68
Have a Theme
74
Gastrointestinal Issues
87
Travel Worksheet
100
RACE DAY BAGS
106
RACE REPORT POST RACE
120
Contacts and Facilities
134
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About the author (2009)

Ingrid Loos Miller is an avid endurance race enthusiast. At age 42 she achieved one of her life's ambitions - she became an Ironman. She is also a regular contributor to a number of endurance sport publications, including Trail Runner Magazine, Triathlete Magazine, and Marathon & Beyond.

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