Some like to plan their entire season out months (or even years) in advance, while others complete one race before signing up for the next. Which method is better?
Don't be scared to put two sports on the back burner—even in the middle of the season. There are ways to do it right.
Hey, it happens—your schedule gets slammed, you get sick, or an injury appears out of nowhere. Use these guidelines for adjusting your training so you can stay on track.
Before you hit the "register" button for that sprint, Olympic, 70.3 or Ironman triathlon, make sure you know how many hours of training you're signing up for.
Your training should progress in volume, intensity, and specificity so that you peak at exactly the right time to perform well on race day.
A training week doesn't need to be 7 days. Here are some variations on how to schedule your training to get in all your workouts and enough recovery.