Author(s): Terri Schneider
The comprehensive guide to achieving your triathlon goals through a three-stage fitness training program tailored towards triathletes. Combining running, swimming and biking-specific exercises with complementary endurance and strength training, The Triathlete's Training Handbook approach emphasizes targeted fitness milestones alongside proper recovery and periodization. These workouts provide easy-to-follow programs divided weekly and by level (beginner, intermediate, advanced). aa oaPROVEN TECHNIQUES FOR STRENGTH AND ENDURANCE. Combining proven strength and endurance training routines with specific skill programs, The Triathlete's Training Handbook lets you push your body to reach its full potential--getting the results you want while avoiding stress-based injury and unwanted setbacks. aaaoaEASY-TO-FOLLOW WORKOUT PLANS. With customized and customizable workouts perfect for anyone from beginners to experts, The Triathlete's Training Handbook allows people to jump right in at their personal fitness level, making the workouts quick and easy to include in your existing routines. aaaoaONLINE SUPPORT THROUGH GETFITNOW PLATFORM. Comprehensive online support via social media, community forums, and website featuring additional content such as exclusive exercise videos, nutritional tips, live updates from authors, and more. aa oaEXPERT PRESENTATION GUARANTEES RESULTS. Combining comprehensive exercise information with instructional photos and diagrams, The Triathlete's Training Handbook takes all of support and expert guidance of a dedicated personal trainer--and puts it right in your hands! Training tips and expert notes are included, as well as a training journal where you can log your progress.
Terri Schneider is a writer, speaker, coach, and sport psychology consultant, but her passion is being an extreme multi-sport endurance athlete including being a world-class triathlete for a decade, an elite international adventure racer, and a mountaineer. She obtained her master's degree in Sports Psychology after earning her bachelors of science degree in Exercise Physiology. She has co-authored numerous books including Triathlon Revolution, Triathlete's Guide to Mental Training, and The Thrill of Victory, the Agony of My Feet- Tales from the Wild and Wonderful World of Adventure Racing. She is also the author of Dirty Inspirations- Lessons from the Trenches of Extreme Endurance Sports. Her writing contributions, profile, and interviews have been featured in over 100 publications and websites around the world including Time, Psychology Today, Rolling Stone, Runner's World, Triathlete, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Outside, Oxygen, USA Today, and The New York Times.