Going Long: Training for Ironman-Distance Triathlons
This book guides weekend triathletes in getting the most out of their training time and helps serious triathletes get maximum physical and mental benefit from training. Chapters cover the basics of training and fitness; training specifics for swim, bike, and marathon; mental strategies; and more. Sample training plans, photographs, charts, tables and case studies are also included.
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Review: Going Long: Training for Ironman-Distance TriathlonsUser Review - Heidi - Goodreads
good training book I have a long way to go and it's good to be able to read about some of the other training programs, injuries people sustain, and other ways to go Read full review
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A-priority race Achilles Tendonitis aerobars aerobic anaerobic athletes Base period benefit bike body breathing BT workouts Build period cadence carbohydrates climb coach comfortable cycling cyclists distance drills duration easy spin elbow Endurance ride ensure exercise experienced athletes faster fatigue feel fitness focus focused gear goal hard heart rate heart-rate Zone hips improve increase injury intensity interval Ironman ironman-distance race keep kick knee lactate threshold lift limiter long-course long-distance maintain meters mod-hard muscles muscular endurance novice nutrition P.M. session pace Peak pedal percent performance Piriformis Syndrome Plantar Fasciitis position powermeter Prep race day relaxed rest ride riders runners schedule season seconds RI shin splints shoes shoulders side stitches speed skills sports drink steady strategy strength maintenance strength training stress stretching Strides stroke swim swimmers Swiss ball technique transition triathletes triathlon volume warm-up week wetsuit