Triathletes often overlook look their running, opting instead to try and improve the swim, or boost their FTP. Building confidence in the first two disciplines is certainly vital for a successful race. What athletes don’t always realize though, is that they can build a higher level of in-season running performance, by focusing on their technicals skills and aerobic efficiency in the off-season.
Download our run specific training block to help you refine your technique and progressively build milage, all while increasing your running efficiently and helping you avoiding injury!
This planned is geared toward triathletes, so the running workouts will be supported by both swim and bike sessions. These swim and bike sessions should be done at an easy intensity as we want your legs rested and ready for the key running sessions! If you're note a triathlete, simply drop the biking and swimming from the plan.
Finally, this plan was originally drafted for Full and 70.3 Ironman athletes. However, on the next page you’ll learn how to set specific targets for your current fitness level (Sprint to Full Ironman!).
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Ken Presutti is a certified ChiRunning instructor, ACE Personal trainer, Spinning instructor, and coach. This blog is a mix of new articles and posts from his original blog, Overkill is Underrated.