Saturday Swim Session: Steve Tarpinian’s Sprint Tri Main Set 2ii

Building your ability to sustain your threshold pace in a swim is an important capability for triathletes and open-water swimmers. These sessions further develop that ability by progressing the intensity as you work through the workout, but maintaining the Rest Interval (RI). The session gets tougher, as you work through it. This session will benefit triathletes of all distances, as well as other open-water swimmers.

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Swimming

Saturday Swim Session: Lance Watson’s Ironman 70.3 Taper Swim

A common problem for triathletes is doing too much volume in the final lead up to an event. It is important to taper off your training prior to an event so you don’t arrive at the state line carrying residual fatigue. Within this session are aspects that simulate a triathlon or open water swim race with the increased pace at the start, and the over kick towards the end of the session, simulating the final push towards the swim exit. This session will benefit triathletes of all distances, particularly Ironman 70.3 and Olympic distance triathletes, as well as other open-water swimmers in the final couple of weeks prior to their event.

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Tri Swim Coach

Saturday Swim Session: Steve Tarpinian’s Olympic Tri Main Set 2ii

Building your ability to sustain your threshold pace in a swim is an important capability for triathletes and open-water swimmers. These sessions further develop that ability by progressing your fitness by completing reps of different distances at different intensities. The session gets tougher, as you work through it. This session will benefit triathletes of all distances, as well as other open-water swimmers.

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Triathlon Training

Monday Brick: Tony Zamora’s Run Focus Duathlon Focused Brick Workout

A brick session is a great way to develop your body for transitioning from one discipline to the next. This version is perfect for utilising if you have limited time and is only about an hour in duration. Although specific for duathletes it is also great for short course (sprint and Olympic distance) triathletes.

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Brick Workout

Monday Brick: Tony Zamora’s Bike Focus Duathlon Focused Brick Workout

A brick session is a great way to develop your body for transitioning from one discipline to the next. This version is perfect for utilising if you have limited time and is only about an hour in duration. Although specific for duathletes it is also great for short course (sprint and Olympic distance) triathletes.

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Steve Tarpinian

Saturday Swim Session: Steve Tarpinian’s Olympic Tri Main Set 2i

Building your ability to sustain your threshold pace in a swim is an important capability for triathletes and open-water swimmers. These sessions further develop that ability by progressing your fitness by completing reps of different distances at different intensities. The session gets tougher, as you work through it. This session will benefit triathletes of all distances, as well as other open-water swimmers.

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Brick Workout

Monday Brick: Indoor Brick-Build Bike/Run Quad-Burner

A brick session is a great way to develop your body for the rigours of transitioning from one discipline to the next. This version is great for athletes with limited time to develop a qwik transition and get used to running fast off the bike.

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Tri Swim Coach

Saturday Swim Session: Steve Tarpinian’s Sprint Tri Main Set 2

Building your ability to sustain your threshold pace in a swim is an important capability for triathletes and open-water swimmers. These sessions further develop that ability by progressing the intensity as you work through the workout, but maintaining the Rest Interval (RI). The session gets tougher, as you work through it. This session will benefit triathletes of all distances, as well as other open-water swimmers.

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Triathlon Training

Monday Brick – Interval Bricklayer

The post describes a detailed brick session workout tailored for Olympic-distance triathletes, aimed at improving transition efficiency between cycling and running. It outlines a series of cycling and running intervals at various intensity levels, requiring proper rest before initiating. The session includes warm-ups, single-leg drills, intense intervals, and a thorough cool-down with stretching to aid recovery. This workout serves as one of the weekly sessions posted by Coach Ray, the head of Qwik Kiwi – Endurance Sports Consultant, who offers guidance for first-timers and recreational athletes.

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Fartlek Intervals

Friday Fartlek Run – Lance Watson’s Short Hill Reps B

Running in hills develops leg strength as well as the strength of the tendons and ligaments around the knee and ankle. Developing leg strength is important, as it makes for a more powerful contraction of the leg muscles to propel you forward faster. Including hills regularly, particularly early in your build up will see great dividends in the improvement of your running. This workout is great to include early in your build up to develop leg strength.

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