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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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 »

Availability of paperback Friel "Cyclist's Training Bible"?

I've had the the 4th edition paperback version of Joe Friel's "Cyclist's Training Bible" on back order from Amazon now for two months. The availability date has always said [B]January 1, 2009[/B] but Amazon now says they have no clue as to when this title will actually show up. Anyone know wh ... Read More »

A question for those that own Joe Friel's Training Bible

I've read in Amazon reviews that a power meter, a heart rate monitor & a lab or computrainer are needed. I don't have any of those but I'll get a hrm...no way i'm getting the rest of that stuff. Fifteen or twenty bucks isn't much for a book but, if it's just going to be something to read & not be ap ... Read More »

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