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 2 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 3 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 4 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 9 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 10 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 16 months ago 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 20 months ago by Jonathan Stufft
This is a versatile training plan resource that will help you get through sprint - Ironman distances, marathons, XTERRA... Read morePublished on June 24, 2011 by Jennifer Costa
This book was evidently compiled from a variety of magazine articles the author had written over the years, and it doesn't look like the editor put much effort into turning the... Read morePublished on March 10, 2011 by Clifton Nolunvoid