The Triathlete's Training Bible

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VeloPress, 2004 - Sports & Recreation - 306 pages
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This new edition of The Triathlete's Training Bible covers all of the specialized training needs of triathletes, including completely updated nutrition, recovery, and weight training information. The book also contains seasoned advice on the mental aspects of training. Author Joe Friel shows how to achieve greater fitness by examining personal strengths and weaknesses, and devotes individual chapters to planning, racing, rest, and recovery. Appendices include annual training plan worksheets and suggested swim, bike, run, and combined workouts.

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The Triathlete's Training Bible

User Review  - Douglas Lord - Book Verdict

You get this book when you've gotten serious about triathlon but before you go full-bore bug-eatin' crazy for it. It can help you train for any distance and is most useful to newbies and self-trained ... Read full review

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User Review  - rpcarrillo - Overstock.com

It has everything a person needs for training by heart rate lactate threshold and time. Its a bit much to take in for a beginner but once the light bulb goes on in the brain its a piece of cake. Im glad I read it. Read full review

Contents

THE SELFTRAINED TRIATHLETE
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SMART TRAINING
2
Systematic Training
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About the author (2004)

As an age-group competitor, is Colorado State Masters Triathlon Champion.

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