Sprint Triathlon

JWOne

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Goal: PerformanceStaminaSpeedStrength

Description: This plan is for Triathletes who wish to take that step up in performance to become competitive in their races. It is 8 weeks in duration and this plan is week 1. We will progressively push your limits and apply positive stress to enable you to become faster, more confident and ultimately more competitive in your chosen sprint triathlon. You will be undertaking Swim, Cycle and Run sessions in this plan and occasionally doing 2 sessions in a single day back to back as a brick session. 6 sessions in week 1 with one rest day between sessions 4 & 5.

Sport: Other

Level: Intermediate

Duration: 8 weeks

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