This book is a definite asset in my training library.
I have used this book to help make plans for friends who want to do duathlons and for myself to prepare for a series of olympic distance triathlons and one 70.3.
This book is an excellent reference for specific plans for designing a training schedule.
This book is a very good tip for everyday training,it help a lot especially for beginner athlete like me and my friends.Published 10 months ago by Mark Isip
This book is exactly what I needed to help me develop my training plan for a couple of important races this year and next. Read morePublished 11 months ago by G. Doyle
I have completed 2 ironman races, 2 half-ironman races, and over 35 sprint / olympic distance races. I use this book religiously as my guide for my races. Read morePublished 12 months ago by ironmanstrong
I'm a beginner triathlete. I'd only done 2 sprint tri's when I purchased this and the companion Swim Workouts for Triathletes. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Michael Eck
This is a great book. Lots of information for a lot of athletes. Read it, I'm sure you will find something of interest for your training. Nice book.Published 18 months ago by Hector L Flecha
Example: Tuesday, Bike E2. Ok, so you look up E2 in chapters 20-21. E2- use workouts S1-S3, Ok , look up S1- S3 this talks about cadence and instructs you to stay in Zones 1 and... Read morePublished on May 2, 2013 by david tremain
I've only begun to sift through all the plans and information in this book and I already have a lot of training insight (duathlon).Published on January 7, 2013 by Jonathan Stufft