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The Triathlete's Training Bible [Anglais] [Broché]

Joe Friel


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3.0 étoiles sur 5 training bible.... 9 septembre 2004
Par trilungdoc - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Training bible? Maybe for the top 5% of triathletes worldwide. But seriously though, I enjoyed reading the historical references and the way the author used evidence based data to solidify his arguments. However, at many points in the book, I found the authors writing style kind of dry and uninteresting. The section on periodization nearly put me to sleep (and I'm usually into that stuff). I didn't like the chapter where he used peoples personal training stories and regimens, I couldn't relate to that schedule. If you are like most recreational triathletes and don't have forever and a day to train, this may not be the first book to consider.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Not for the Beginner Triathlete 19 mars 2004
Par P. Valenciano - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have been doing triathlons for three years and I feel this book is not for the Beginner Triathlete. This book reads like a College Text Book and is appropriate for the seasoned triathlete as it has invaluable technical data. I do not recommend this book for the beginner triathlete because I feel that it does Not address the mental and psychological aspects of doing a triathlon. Both of which I feel are extremely important hurdles for people to overcome when entering mutisports races. I recommend "Triathlon 101" by John Mora for beginning triathletes.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Good for someone wanting to progress 22 mars 2006
Par Martin J. Duggan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is the only pure triathlon book I own, so I can't compare, but it answered 95% of the questions I had about how I go about improving from being a bunch finisher. The other 5%, well I suppose the author has to draw the line on detail somewhere. For example, the section on swimming skills is a 3-4 page summary of the total immersion swimming book.

It presents lots of ideas which are fairly easy to understand on their own. It then requires that you put the effort to read (and reread many times in my case!) to really 'get' a lot of concepts. Only then can you put your own training plan together. For this reason it might be a bit too complex for a complete beginner who wants a simple set of guidelines. In summary, an Excellent book for anyone who has done some triathlons, likes understanding concepts and making plans and wants to improve their placings.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Positive surprise 15 janvier 2007
Par Stefanos Demertzis - Publié sur Amazon.com
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A well structured and thoroughly written training guide for triathlets. The fundaments of J.Friel's approach are explained very well and capture the reader's interest. It is not the "usual" training plans collection with success promises you get normally. The book helps the understanding of how to build up serious training for the his/her priority races and how to plan and schedule the training sessions and work outs. My only difficulty was to find the right level for myself (a beginner triathlete for the sprint distance), since my impression was that the book was aimed at more "serious" athletes than me. But I succeeded in extracting the information I believe was right for me. As an MD I appreciate the correct insides in training physiology, so I felt advised by a real expert. The supplied bibliographic references for further studies are an added value. I would recommend the book to anyone who would like to take his triathlon training in his hands but also to those who would like to gain a deeper understanding of how "serious training" should look like.

Stefanos Demertzis, MD, PhD
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Serious 17 novembre 2005
Par Ian Reves - Publié sur Amazon.com
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For the recreational triathlete this book will be a bit overkill. However, if you are seriously wanting to bring your times down to a competetive level or if you are wanting to embark in an Ironman (or even 1/2) distance race, the tools offered here will greatly aid you. From how to plan your season, structure your training to peak at just the right time, measure your progress and workouts to target your specific goals; this book will give you the knowledge you need to step it up.

I was also a fan of the Cyclist Training Bible (by the same author) long before this book this came out. You'll find the information in both scientifically sound, tested, trusted, enlightening and will no doubt help improve your performance no matter where you're at now.
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