“One-Hour Workouts is a practical guide for on-the-go athletes who need to maximize their 60-minute training window. The book has something for athletes of all levels.” — Triathlete magazine
“[One-Hour Workouts is] an antidote to a busy day—just the thing for days where a one-hour window is all we’ve got…This rugged, spiral-bound book will hold its own when tossed into a bag alongside your gear, and it’s also compact, leaving plenty of room for that post-bike snack you’re already looking forward to.” — LAVA magazine
“I've been able to work almost all of [the One-Hour Workouts] into my training and I found them very effective...More than a few of them are now in my permanant rotation and are a welcome change. Interspersed throughout the book, the authors offer nuggets of advice and humor making it a great book for everyone from busy business professionals to homemakers.” — TriEdge.net
One-Hour Workoutsis the perfect solution for the not-so-perfect day. You don't need to compromise your training or miss a workout just because you are short on time.
Former pro triathlete Scott Molina and multisport coaches Mark Newton and Michael Jacques have compiled 50 high-quality swim, bike, and run sessions to complement your current training program:
• Choose from Base, Tempo, and Speed workouts
• Modify workouts to match your fitness level
• Get coaching tips for better technique
• Follow workout progressions for specific training
You can also useOne-Hour Workoutsto achieve more balanced fitness with 10 bonus crosstraining and combination workouts. Make your time in the gym more fun with Molina's drill sessions for running and swimming and a fully illustrated strength regimen. If the gym's not for you, build muscular endurance for triathlon with a handful of 60-minute bricks.
Whether you are racing daybreak, breaking a sweat over your lunch hour, or stealing minutes wherever you can find them, these workouts will keep your endorphins flowing and your goals within reach even in the busiest weeks.
Great instruction book. I have limited time but try to work in exercise at lunch for triathlons. This fit the bill.Published 6 months ago by The Williams
Not sure what I expected, but it delivered what it claims to. But it is full of one hour workouts.
Maybe I wanted a book that does the work for me.
Expected detail of more workouts - I wanted variety mainly for swim sessions. Info is good but not enough workouts.Published 17 months ago by Fi
Like most non-professional triathletes, I have a life. Meaning that I can't train 8 hours a day like pros do. Read morePublished 20 months ago by PH
This is my first review of anything on Amazon but I wanted to let everyone know how happy I am with this book. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Colleen Quindlen
I found most of this book was geared towards busy tri-athletes and Ironmen. Many of the exercises told you to go at your slowest ironman pace and stuff like that. Read morePublished on May 9, 2012 by lbelle