Ironman Training

Thursday Training Plan – 24 week Ironman NZ Training Plan

The Ironman New Zealand and Ironman 70.3 New Zealand are great events that is often described as a bucket list Ironman event. When you cross the finish line you will have achieved something special at this great event.
Programmes designed for either beginner or intermediate triathletes who are looking to complete either Ironman NZ or Ironman 70.3 NZ in March next year, these plans will help you achieve your goals.

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Ironman Kona Training Plan

Tuesday Training Plan: 24 week Ironman Bike & Run Training Plan

As you work your way through this training programme you’ll build your fitness and develop your ability leading towards an Ironman event.

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Ironman Kona Training Plan

Tuesday Training Plan: 24 week Ironman Bike & Run Training Plan

As you work your way through this training programme you’ll build your fitness and develop your ability leading towards an Ironman event.

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Tuesday Training Plan: 24 week Ironman Bike & Run Training Plan

As you work your way through this training programme you’ll build your fitness and develop your ability leading towards an Ironman event.

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Ironman

Science on Sunday: Personal Best Times in an Olympic Distance Triathlon and a Marathon Predict an Ironman Race Time for Recreational Female Triathletes

When an athlete hasn’t done an Ironman event previously what time do you think they can do? Tough questions because they have never done the event before (often they haven’t done something similar) and are stepping into the great unknown. Rüst et al has attempted to answer this for female athletes (who make the bulk of Qwik Kiwi athletes).

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Tuesday Training Plan: 24 week Ironman Bike & Run Training Plan

As you work your way through this training programme you’ll build your fitness and develop your ability leading towards an Ironman event.

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Swim Workout

Tuesday Training Plan: 12 Week Ironman Swim PB Training Plan

When you cross the finish line of your Ironman Swim, you will have swum faster than you have in previous attempts.
Designed for Intermediate Ironman Athletes who are looking to compete in an Ironman event, the primary goal of this training plan is to prepare you to set a PB for the Swim during YOUR event.

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Ironman NZ

UltraHumps – Ironman NZ 2020 As A Volunteer!

Ironman 2019 was on the weekend I was to commence travel for my deployment overseas, whilst I could of completed it in Taupo and then headed to Auckland Airport, it obviously wouldn’t have been fair on my family. Upon return from deployment several months later, I knew I would be to unfit to do Ironman 2020. Being a stubborn git I know I could of still made it to the finish line, for the free Finishers T-Shirt after all, but elected to give something back to the event that changed my life and still provides a focus to train for each year.

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Brett Gets An IRONMAN PB Of Over An Hour!!!!

I would recommend Coach Ray to anyone looking for a triathlon coach. His plans are based on consistency, making sure that you are able to back up your training to your own ability day after day, without feeling absolutely thrashed! This consistency, as well as a measured taper, had me standing on all my start lines, refreshed, relaxed, and confident in my ability. Thanks for helping my smash my goals Ray.

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Gene’s Ironman Journey: From Zero to Hero

12 months ago I decide to do an Ironman, the problem was, I couldn’t swim and didn’t own a bike. How hard can it really be? Initially, I decide to train myself, I jumped on the internet and downloaded a plan…easy as!
About two weeks in to “coaching” myself I realised there was more to it than just swimming, biking and running a few times randomly throughout a week. It was time to consult a professional.
I contacted Ray who had been recommended to me by a friend, this is when things really started to take shape.

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