Triathlon Training Explained | How To Structure Your Training Plan

Published on March 13th 2018

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We have a BRAND NEW SHOW! The first Triathlon Training Explained show is here. Whether you are a beginner triathlete attempting your first race, or an old hand to triathlon, we’re going to be answering all the questions you wish you knew the answer to. Subscribe to GTN: http://gtn.io/SubscribetoGTN Check out the GTN Shop: http://gtn.io/7X In association with Training Peaks - http://gtn.io/TrainingPeaks In the our NEW Triathlon Training Explained show, we’re going to be answering all the questions you wish you knew the answer to. Everything from what you should wear during a triathlon, through to the technical parts of the sport such as watts per kilo, training zones and aerodynamics. We will also be doing investigations, getting specialists in to help, getting sciency and of course, talking to the pros. Whether you are a beginner triathlete attempting your first race, or an old hand to triathlon, we will have the answers for you! On this week's show, we are looking into how to structure your training plan and will be answering the following questions: - How should you structure a yearly routine with training blocks? - How can you combine triathlon training with strength training? - Is reverse periodisation using early season HIIT workouts the new norm? If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link - http://gtn.io/7W For more information on this topic, check out the following links from training peaks: - Macrocycles, Mesocycles and Microcycles: Understanding the 3 Cycles of Periodization - http://gtn.io/CyclesofPeriodization - Reverse vs. Traditional Periodization for Triathlon Training - http://gtn.io/Periodization Watch more on GTN... 📹 Strength And Conditioning Workout For Beginners - http://gtn.io/SC 📹 Top 5 Training Strategies When You Have No Time - http://gtn.io/TrainWithNoTime Photos: © Triathlon / Getty Images Music: Epidemic Sound Stop Chasing Me - Patrik Almkvisth