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5.0 étoiles sur 5Great Training Plan for Those Who Need Daily Motivation16 mai 2009
Par J. G. Wachtel - Publié sur Amazon.com
As can be seen in the description, this book assumes its reader is already in very good physical condition as he/she is moving FROM shorter triathlons to a longer "Endurance" or Ironman event. I find it very easy to use the daily training book as a coach pushing down workouts every single day. This leaves no excuse for not getting a solid workout it. Additionally, the program is properly set up (as would be by 3 very experienced, Olympic-level Ironman athletes/coaches) with Build, IM, Hard, Recovery, Taper and Race Week sections so as to not overtrain and to vary the intensity of the workouts. I think it's great. I'm currently on Week 13 for the second time as I'm doing Louisville this year. Enjoy!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5EXCELLENT EASY TO USE BOOK3 août 2008
Par Wookie - Publié sur Amazon.com
I used this book and LOVED it! I bought the training bible book too (it was way too much info and I wasn't able to make an "action plan" from it). This book told me what to do daily and how hard to do it. I am half way through and really kicking a** at my ironman training. I started my training with no base. Although I'm in shape, I had no specific swimming or biking or running for at least 5 years and this book has me right where i need to be. I follow it religiously and recommend it hihgly!
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3.0 étoiles sur 5Good Book, But Misleading Book Description!12 mars 2004
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
I purchased this book based on the description that it was for beginner or intermediate triathletes ready to move from sprint distance races to olympic or half-iron distance races. The book actually presents a 24-week training plan for an Ironman distance race. There is a lot of great information in the up-front chapters - descriptions of different types of workouts, etc, but if you are not planning to train for an Ironman, the rest of the book may not be very helpful to you.