The plans, designed by coach Ben Greenfield, are available now by clicking here (http://www.tricalifornia.com/
Coach Greenfield designed the plans for all levels of fitness, so they will work for the complete beginner triathlete to get ready for their first Wildflower Long distance triathlon, but will also get the intermediate-
Each plan includes 2-3 days of running, 2-3 days of cycling, and 2-3 days of swimming, along with 1-2 days of strength training, and options for additional yoga and cross-training if desired. Both the Olympic and Long Distance training plans use Greenfield’s “quality over quantity” approach to training, so rather than slogging away for long hours each week, you’ll get the most bang for your buck from your training time, with 4-6 hours per week for the Olympic distance (option for higher hours for more advanced athletes) and 6-10 hours per week for the Long Distance.
Each plan includes sections devoted to:
Wildflower Triathlon/ Course Overview
Wildflower Race Course Map
First Time Triathlon Tips
Technique/ Avoiding Injury
TrainingPeaks Access Instructions
18 Week Training Plan
Strength & Flexibility Exercises
Transitions & Racing Tips
You can get either plan now for $97 by clicking here (that’s just a fraction of the cost of hiring a coach!). Even though the plans were designed to begin the first week of 2013, you can hop into the plan in as little as 8 weeks from the event and still get a ton of benefit from the coached guidance and the specific workouts you’ll receive.
Questions about these Wildflower training plans? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org