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Triathlon Training Plan

A simple triathlon training plan consists of a four-week schedule in which you include strength training, running, swimming, and cycling.

These are some plans that you want to follow as you prepare for triathlon.

Week One

For the first day, take some time to rest and then start swimming for thirty minutes the next day. Make sure not to do any vigorous movement that day. After that, you will need to do fast walking for half an hour on the next day of your swimming. You can also try running for the same duration if you want. Take two rest days after that and then begin cycling for 45 minutes on the third day. The next day, which will be the last day of the week, will be your rest day.

Week Two

Don’t begin any activity on the first day, and continue swimming for half an hour on the second day. Then, you can do running or power walking for half an hour and then take two rest days. On the third day, just try cycling for 45 minutes as you did on Week One. Take the last day as your rest day.

Week Three

For week three, try swimming for only 20 minutes instead of half an hour on the second day of your week. Then, do the power walk or run for 35 minutes the next day. After that, you will need to do some strength training exercises the day after for 20 minutes. Then, the next day will be your rest day. Later, try cycling for 45 minutes and then do swimming for the last day of the week for 15 minutes.

Week Four

After your rest day, do swimming for 20 minutes on the next day and then do a power walk or run for 35 minutes on the day later. The next day will be for strength training, where you will be doing relevant exercises for 20 minutes and take a rest day on the last day of your plan.

Following this basic triathlon training plan will give you the basic ability to thrive well in a triathlon.

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