Triathlon: Sprint Triathlon Race Plan, Beginner: 3.25 to 4.5 hrs/wk

This 9-Week training plan is for the beginning triathlete looking for an endurance goal. The goal is to complete a triathlon that is roughly 450 yards of swimming, 15 miles of cycling and 3.1 miles of running.

Before beginning this plan, you are a fit person. While you are fit, it has been awhile since you have been in the pool; but you are confident that you can comfortably complete 25 yards. For swimming, and the other sports, you currently lack endurance for a sprint distance race. You are looking to the plan to help you build swimming and triathlon-specific endurance. You are currently riding your bike, indoor or outdoor bike, three times per week. Two of the days your ride length is about 45 minutes and a longer ride of about an hour is on the third day. You are capable of running three times per week for 15 to 20 minutes per session. Because of your time-crunch lifestyle, doing a brick (bike ride immediately followed by a run) on weekdays fits your schedule perfectly. Weekends are used for longer bike rides and longer runs. The longest run is 45 minutes and the longest bike ride is 1:30. Your available weekly training hours range from 3:30 to about 5:00. Please check the Plan Preview to see if this training plan is right for you.

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