Understand Your Triathlon Training Zones
Above: the "Flying Frenchman" Yohann Coppel expresses his love for training zone 4 (threshold) Don't Just "Know" Your Triathlon Training Zones-- Understand Them! I'm writing this post as part of a series of resources for the team I call "executing your plan." ...
How and When to Adjust Your Triathlon Training Plan
How you EXECUTE your training plan is a MASSIVE factor in your success or failure as an athlete. EXECUTING YOUR PLAN means making smart decisions when things don't go as expected. "Getting through" the plan and doing every workout is NOT the goal. The goal is...
Are You Robust Triathlete?- The Answer is KEY for Your Training.
Here at TriForce we believe your triathlon training plan should be customized factors like: your current fitness your goal races time available to train on weekdays vs. weekends your athlete history / level in each of the 3 sports your injury history and your personal...
3 Simple Diet Rules For Triathletes to be Lean and Strong for Racing (and Life!)
Why is it so confusing for a triathlete to know what to eat? Diet is an area so full of fads and pseudoscience that it's hard to know what's true and what is nonsense. Will "superfoods" give us a faster Ironman time? What foods should we avoid? Almost all carbs?...
6 Keys to Building Your Foundation for Adaptation (and a better life!)
The human body is amazing. If you keep gradually adding more and more stress, the body will adapt and get stronger and stronger. BUT ONLY IF YOUR BODY IS IN AN ADAPTIVE STATE. If you are not in an adaptive state, you might be able to train, but you won't ABSORB the...
1. how to adjust your plan
2. the basics of recovery
3. know yourself– are you robust?
4. how to eat
5. Understand your plan and workouts