This week I competed in the New Zealand Secondary School 4km road race championships. Going into this run I hadn’t given myself very high expectations as I haven’t been feeling my best through my trainings and just my body physically. So I haven’t been able to feel myself reach the points I felt I needed to to be at my best.
This session will enhance your top-end speed and ability to recover from hard efforts.View More Wednesday Windtrainer Workout: 5x 4min VO2 Max Intervals
This week’s Saturday Swim Sessions utilise the T-Time we determined last week. Read more about T-Times here.View More Saturday Swim Session: 100’s
This session will develop your ability to run faster through increased tolerance to lactate acid and increased leg turnover. It is a very popular speed work…View More Friday Fartlek Run: 400’s
A great session to enhance both your recovery from hard sessions and also to improve your cycling technique.View More Wednesday Wind Trainer Session: 30min Single Leg Drills (SLD)
Step 3 (read it here) covers the other equipment that can assist you with your racing and training. This post will look at actually getting started with…View More Training for your First Triathlon Step 4: Getting Started
This session is a great tool to determine your current level of fitness and use it as a benchmark for planning future training sessions. I…View More Saturday Swim Session: T-Times
Want to run faster? Want to get a workout in under 60 minutes? The Friday Fartlek has a session for you.View More Friday Fartlek Run: Sausage Intervals
Each week I will post a Wind Trainer session that will take you less than 60 minutes to complete that will enhance your cycling.View More Wednesday Wind Trainer Session: Big Gear Intervals
How do you know what intensity you should be training at? At different training intensities, your body will receive different training effects? What level is right for what?View More Training Intensity
When training for your first triathlon what equipment will make your training more enjoyable, more comfortable and more effective?View More Training for your First Triathlon Step 3: What Other Equipment Will I Need?