The Triathlete''s Training Bible Books

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The Triathlete’s Training Bible provides triathletes of all abilities with every detail they must consider when planning a season, lining up a week of workouts, or preparing for race day. Using this comprehensive guide, triathletes will develop a personalized, self-coached training plan that will guide them to success in the sport.

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Cyclist Training Bible PDFs

Anyone know where to get PDFs of the worksheets from Joe Friel's Cyclist Training Bible?Read More »

'Your First Triathlon' vs 'The Triathlete's Training Bible'

Or any other book for that matter. I am a budding triathlete at age 46 and would like to do some reading on the subject, and follow some sort of specific training plan for future sprint and possibly Olympic tri's. I want something that details workout by workout, week by week what I should be doing ... Read More »

Question about training plan based on the Training Bible

Hey Guys, I just read through one of Joe Friel's Training Bible's and developed a plan that I want to start next week. I read through all the workouts and understand everything as I'm coming off the TCTP. The one question I have is about the workouts. Say I'm doing a 3 hour workout and have 30 mi ... Read More »

The most effective training bible/book

I've seen a few opinions floating around re: training bibles. I've heard that Joe Friels Cyslists Training Bible is a little old school, but still useful. I've heard good reviews about the book "Racing and Training with Power Meters" 2nd Edition. So, while I know there will be varying opinions ... Read More »

The Cyclist's Training Bible: One Year Later

I see so many questions in this forum about how to become a stronger cyclist, I was asking the same thing just over a year ago. Quite a few people recommended the Cyclist's Training Bible so I bought the book and started planning my season. Just a little background, I started riding on the road in ... Read More »

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