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Train smarter and get better results no matter how busy your lifestyle. Triathlon Workout Planner is like having your own personal support team to prioritize training, fit workouts into your schedule, and plan for long-term racing success. By choosing the right workout at the right time, you can actually improve efficiency, technique, and overall fitness level in less time with these invaluable tools:
Three or four key workouts that serve as the core of your weekly training schedule
The 80/20 rule, which focuses on the 20% of training that gets 80% of the results
Workout choices based on available time and target heart rate for customized training
Eight weeks of log pages to gauge progress and make weekly adjustments, helping you stay on track and stay injury free
Racing plans for every distance—from sprint to Ironman
Take control of your training and your schedule with Triathlon Workout Planner. Train more efficiently and effectively for better performance on and off the race course!
Part I Plan for Success
Chapter 1. Priority Checklist
Chapter 2. Tri-Time Management
Chapter 3. The Master Training Plan
Part II Customized Training
Chapter 4. Heart-Rate Workouts
Chapter 5. Time-Based Workouts
Chapter 6. Key Workouts
Chapter 7. 80/20 Workouts
Part III Race Programs
Chapter 8. Sprint Training
Chapter 9. Olympic Training
Chapter 10. Half-Ironman Training
Chapter 11. Ironman Training
Chapter 12. Logs and Workout Tracking Tools
John M. Mora is a prolific sports, health and fitness, and medical writer. He is a former contributing editor to Triathlete and currently serves as the running columnist and triathlon feature writer for Windy City Sports. He has written more than 400 articles for national magazines, including American Health, Women's Sports & Fitness, and Runner's World. He also coauthored Paula Newby-Fraser's Peak Fitness for Women (Human Kinetics, 1995) with eight-time Gatorade Hawaii Ironman Triathlon world champion Paula Newby-Fraser. Mora's second book with Human Kinetics, Triathlon 101, has sold more than 60,000 copies worldwide and has been translated into two foreign languages.
Born in Chicago, Mora has competed around the country in 10 marathons, 70 running and cycling events, and 80 triathlons of various distances, from sprint to Ironman. He currently owns Creative3, a marketing business specializing in the health, fitness, and medical industries. Mora lives and trains in Plainfield, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago.
“To effectively prepare for and compete in triathlons you need realistic, organized, and focused training plans. In Triathlon Workout Planner, author John Mora provides seasoned triathletes as well as newcomers a one-stop training solution packed full of workouts, schedules, and a training log for achieving maximum results in minimal time.”