Triathletes Training Diary

£16.99
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A perfect companion to any triathlon training program, The Triathlete's Training Diary offers an ideal way for you to plan, record, and better understand your workouts and performance. With undated pages for use any time of the year, this diary offers plenty of space for all the objective and subjective performance metrics you might want to track in a smart format that's been carefully designed, tested, and refined by Joe Friel, the top coach in the sport of triathlon.

The Triathlete's Training Diary is wirebound to lay flat and flips easily so you can look up past workouts or settle your pre-race nerves by proving to yourself that you've done the work. This paper workout log is simple to use, never requires a login or password, and can be completely customized to meet your needs for any triathlon training schedule.

Fully compatible with Joe Friel's best-selling training programs like The Triathlete's Training Bible, Your First Triathlon, Going Long, and Your Best Triathlon, this diary simplifies the planning and execution of your triathlon training.

High-performing athletes know that a training diary is an invaluable tool. Whether they work with a coach or train independently, even elite triathletes keep a training log to hone their feel for performance, consolidate training data in one location, track their progress, monitor for injuries and overtraining, and reshape their goals throughout the season.

Joe Friel is an internationally recognized expert on endurance training with more than 30 years of personal coaching experience. He is the author of the best-selling books Fast After 50, Your First Triathlon, and The Cyclist's Training Bible. He is a founding member of the USA Triathlon Coaches Association, holds a master's degree in exercise science, and is the cofounder of TrainingPeaks.

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