Duathlon Training Plans
Our exclusive duathlon training plans from Triathlon Plus will help you start and end your triathlon season in style.
Click the links on the left to download our exclusive duathlon training plans
There comes a point where the idea of jumping in a freezing lake loses its appeal and it’s then that your racing focus should switch to duathlon. Equally good at kicking off your season as they are at finishing it, run bike run events are great for improving your running and cycling pace.
If it’s triathlon you’re looking to train for, check out our Olympic-distance training plans, sprint triathlon training plans, 70.3 half-Ironman training plans or winter training plans.
Click on the links below to download the plans to your computer.
Winning Duathlons Plan
Duathlon is the perfect way to build power and speed. This duathlon training plan will see you racing faster in just four weeks. View the Winning Duathlons Plan.
Autumn Duathlon Plan
This duathlon training plan will help you focus your bike and run disciplines for your next race. View the Duathlon Focus plan.
Race Duathlon In Four Weeks: Spring
This four-week duathlon training plan will see you get a good early season race in to build speed before your first triathlon of the year. View the Race Duathlon In Four Weeks: Spring plan.
Race Duathlon In Four Weeks: Autumn
This four-week duathlon training plan will see you through the end of your triathlon season and ease you into your winter training. View the Race Duathlon In Four Weeks: Autumn plan.
These training plans were originally published in Triathlon Plus magazine – subscribe now to get the magazine delivered to your door every month.
You’ll find loads more triathlon training tips, workouts and nutrition advice in triradar’s online Training Zone.
on Friday, January 18th, 2013 at 8:00 am under Cycling, Running, Training Plans, Triathlon Training.
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