Tag Archives: exercise levels

Daughter Lisa’s secret off season primary workout

Well…I can’t tell you how I got this, but while I’ve been heavily focused on detailed planning for next year, and diet, and things like: improving my Functional Threshold Power (FTP) on the bike, my vDOT on the run, and improving … Continue reading

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2011 Season Outline

Okay…here’s how my season will generally layout….at least at this point 🙂 Beginning on Jan. 3: 14 weeks of Base/OutSeason 12 weeks, Race prep for Vancouver Half Iron, with 1 or 2 prep races 4-6 weeks, transition and general prep … Continue reading

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Next Season planning continues

The more I think about it, I do ‘feel the need…the need for speed’ 🙂  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwNWviK5z0Q My focus right now is getting the training plan setup for the beginning of January, to get a jump-start on the season goals…and part … Continue reading

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How many hours per week training needed for Ironman?

I was listening to a Webinar by Joe Friel (long-time triathlon coaching guru), where he was walking through setting up an Annual Training Plan (ATP) for a 32-year-old, age-group athlete that was hoping to use Ironman Coeur d’Alene 2011 to qualify … Continue reading

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