March 2021 - Coach Ray

Coach Ray

Training for Excellence, with Excellent Training

Month: March 2021

Wednesday Windtrainer Workout: Zwift Academy Tri 2020 VO2max Long Intervals

Research shows that intervals with a range of intensities develop greater training benefits. This session has intervals at Level V initially before settling at Level IV to generate these benefits. This session is great for all cyclists including triathletes and mountain bikers.

Chef Ray – Miso, Kale Salad & Salmon

This recipe comes from an article about how to double your fruit and vegetable intake to double the “five per day”. This recipe has plenty of greens to boost your daily intake.

Saturday Swim Session: GCN’s Sub-Hour Ironman Swim Session #1

Completing the Ironman Swim in under 60 minutes is a significant achievement. Today at Ironman NZ plenty of people will be trying to achieve this milestone. Consistent pacing and sustained effort is the key to achieving this goal. This is a great session for triathletes and open water swimmers to do to build their sustained speed.

Friday Fartlek Run: Kiwi Running Show’s Split Session

This is a great session that targets multiple energy systems with reps of a three minute duration followed by a higher intensity. All runners (and triathletes) can benefit from this higher intensity of training, especially athletes with events between 5 and 10km in distance.

Thursday Training Plan – 12 week Wellington Marathon & Half Marathon Training Plans

The Wellington Marathon & Half Marathon are just over 12 weeks away. Join me and the Qwik Kiwi Tribe as you prepare for the event and get a structured programme and fortnightly coaching calls as you build towards the event.
The 12 week training plan’s for the Wellington Marathon & Half Marathon starts on 08-April-2019. The Training Plans have options for beginners and intermediate runners to either complete or to aim for a PB.

Wednesday Windtrainer Workout: Zwift Academy Tri 2020 FTP Development

FTP is a key determinant of your ability to maintain a high effort. The short rest of with in this workout doesn’t allow you much recovery and assists to develop your FTP. This session is great for all cyclists including triathletes and mountain bikers.

Tuesday Training Plan: Triathlon Bike/Run Beginner 16 week programme (currently riding 2hr & running 1hr)

This bike & run programme will see you improve your overall cycling and running fitness in 16 weeks time.
The programme is designed to be conducted in conjunction with a swim programme (available through Qwik Kiwi Coaching or if you are training with your local Master’s or other swim squad).

Friday Fartlek Run: Kiwi Running Show’s 1 Mile, 400 Split

This is a great session that targets multiple energy systems with reps of a mile distance interspace with 400m reps at a higher intensity. All runners (and triathletes) can benefit from this higher intensity of training, especially atheltes with events between 5 and 10km in distance.

%d bloggers like this: