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Back on Track is Fiona Ford’s story. She was no stranger to endurance. She raced seven Ironman® distance events and was used to long and hard training routines and grueling workout schedules. But nothing could have prepared her for the greatest challenge of her life.
Pose Method of Triathlon Techniques is a how to book on triathlon techniques. It takes the guesswork out of your training and helps you to dramatically improve your performance. Pose Method of Triathlon Techniques introduces a uniform approach to three different sports and shows how to seamlessly blend them into one – triathlon. 2 Olympic Games and 4 National Teams later, Dr. Romanov offers you his insight and experience of over 35 years of working with athletes of all levels. Get clear, concise and pragmatic instruction on swimming, cycling and running techniques to improve your performance and to avoid injuries.
Best-selling novelist and non-fiction writer Lee Gruenfeld has been entertaining the triathlon world with hilarious essays, in-depth profiles and insightful observations for more than a decade. Now his best writings have been collected into a single volume, Stumbling Towards the Finish Line. This collections will let long-time fans relive their favorite pieces while introducing new readers to his unique voice. Anyone who likes sports – any sports – and great writing will love this assemblage of amusing, penetrating, and often totally off the wall observations.
Triathlon: Half-Distance Training offers a great amount of detailed training plans. There are in-depth examples of core and peripheral training and heart-rate dependent pace levels T1-T8, which help to illustrate the year-round training recommendations.
No one has more training or racing experience than the team of Roch, Paul and T.J. They will get you to your target race healthy, happy and ready for more. The authors are not only triathlon winners; they have also trained triathlon winning athletes, and written about their experience extensively.
The 24-week training program in Triathlon: Start to Finish is laid out in four six-week increments. This represents the day-by-day, week-by-week work to be done in preparing for a successful long-distance triathlon.
Weight Management for Triathletes is a book that every athlete struggling to keep that optimal weight needs. Triathletes work hard to move faster in each triathlon event. They strive to be successful in the competition. They additionally desire to be leaner. Unfortunately, for many athletes, training is not enough. They must pay attention to their diet as well as the training volume they need to achieve their optimal weight.