Columbus,OH 
Run
  • 40m
  • 4.30 miles
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Main Set:40m /4.30 miles

Set #1 40m Endurance
HR Zone: 1-2 RPE: 5-6


Run
  • 50m
  • 5.40 miles
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Warmup: 10 minutes /1.10 miles

HR Zone: 1RPE: 3-4
Warmup at a slow and easy pace.

Main Set:40m /4.30 miles

Set #1 40m Endurance
HR Zone: 1-2 RPE: 5-6
This is an endurance run on a course that is flat or with gentle rolling hills.

Swim
  • 24m
  • 1200.00 yards
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Warmup: 500 yards

Pace: 02m 26s /100 yards +
Swim the warmup in your warmup pace zones, after the warmup distance is completed, continue right into your main set.

Main Set:09m /450 yards

Set #1 09m Endurance
Pace: 02m 25s - 02m 08s /100 yards
Freestyle at Endurance pace, try to keep going without breaks and use regular "active recovery" strokes of 25 to keep moving. Try to gradually eliminate the "active recovery" sets. An active recovery stroke is one that you can do easily (back, side).

Cooldown: 250 yards

Pace: - 02m 26s /100 yards
Freestyle at recovery pace

Swim
  • 29m
  • 1500.00 yards
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Warmup: 500 yards

Pace: 02m 26s /100 yards +
Freestyle at recovery pace

Main Set:14m /750 yards

Set #1 400 yards
Drills
2x(50 Drill: Closed Fist , 50 Freestyle)
4x50 Drill: Swim Golf with 20sec rest. Rest & count strokes. What combination of time and strokes gives you the lowest ‘score?’ (Ex: 43 strokes + 45” = 88).

Set #2 150 yards
Endurance
Intervals: 2x75' on 5' rest
Pace: 02m 25s - 02m 08s /100 yards


Set #3 200 yards
Endurance
Pace: 02m 25s - 02m 08s /100 yards
Freestyle at Endurance pace.

Cooldown: 250 yards

Pace: - 02m 26s /100 yards
Freestyle at recovery pace

Run
  • 1h 07m
  • 7.20 miles
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Warmup: 10 minutes /1.10 miles

HR Zone: 1RPE: 3-4
Warmup at a slow and easy pace.

Main Set:47m /5.00 miles

Set #1 36m / 3.86 miles
Lactate Threshold
Intervals: 4x6' on 3' rest
HR Zone: 4-5 RPE: 8-10
Run these intervals at your LT pace: Z4-Z5a

Set #2 11m / 1.15 miles
Endurance
HR Zone: 1-2 RPE: 5-6
This is an endurance run on a course that is flat or with gentle rolling hills.

Cooldown: 10 minutes /1.10 miles

HR Zone: 1 RPE: 3-4
Cooldown at a slow and easy pace. A good cooldown is very important to bring your heart-rate down before stopping completely and to prevent stiffness. You can also add some walking to the end of your cooldown.

Bike
  • 2h 00m
  • 32.20 miles
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Warmup: 10 minutes /2.70 miles

HR Zone: 1RPE: 3-4
Easy spinning in the smaller chainrings at a cadence between 75-90 rpm to get warmed-up

Main Set:1h 40m /26.80 miles

Set #1 1h 40m / 26.76 miles
Endurance
HR Zone: 1-2 RPE: 5-6


Cooldown: 10 minutes /2.70 miles

HR Zone: 1 RPE: 3-4
Easy spinning in the smaller chainrings at a cadence between 75-85 rpm for your cooldown

Bike
  • 1h 25m
  • 22.80 miles
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Warmup: 10 minutes /2.70 miles

HR Zone: 1RPE: 3-4
Easy spinning in the smaller chainrings at a cadence between 75-90 rpm to get warmed-up

Main Set:1h 05m /17.40 miles

Set #1 30m / 8.00 miles
VO2 Max
Intervals: 3x5' on 5' rest
Perform these intervals at a maximum effort that you can sustain for the interval.

Set #2 35m / 9.36 miles
Endurance
HR Zone: 1-2 RPE: 5-6
This is an endurance workout, try to keep your cadence between 85-95 rpm. Do this part of the ride on a course that is flat or with gentle rolling hills.

Cooldown: 10 minutes /2.70 miles

HR Zone: 1 RPE: 3-4
Easy spinning in the smaller chainrings at a cadence between 75-85 rpm for your cooldown

Run
  • 50m
  • 5.40 miles
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Warmup: 10 minutes /1.10 miles

HR Zone: 1RPE: 3-4
Warmup at a slow and easy pace.

Main Set:30m /3.20 miles

Set #1 09m / 0.96 miles
Speed/Efficiency
Intervals: 6x0.5' on 1' rest
Strides/Cadence: These are short interval repeats at a 5K pace with recovery in-between. Try to focus on getting 45 left footstrikes per 30 seconds or 90 combined.

Set #2 21m / 2.26 miles
Endurance
HR Zone: 1-2 RPE: 5-6
This is an endurance run on a course that is flat or with gentle rolling hills.

Cooldown: 10 minutes /1.10 miles

HR Zone: 1 RPE: 3-4
Cooldown at a slow and easy pace. A good cooldown is very important to bring your heart-rate down before stopping completely and to prevent stiffness. You can also add some walking to the end of your cooldown.

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