Energise Coaching offers the following training plans for running, swimming and triathlon through Training Peaks. You need to be a basic user of training peaks. These programs are designed to follow on your own.
12 week beginners sprint plan – Average 5 hours a week, designed for those doing their first sprint race.
8 week Olympic distance plan – Average 6 hours a week, designed for Olympic distance first timers, the mature athlete and those coming back from injury.
16 week Half Ironman/70.3 plan – Average 9.5 hours a week, designed for 70.3 first timers, the mature athlete and those coming back from injury.
16 week Half Ironman/70.3 plan – Average 10 hours a week, standard program.
16 week Ironman/140.6 plan – Average 11 hours a week, designed for 140.6 first timers, the mature athlete and those coming back from injury.
16 week Ironman/140.6 plan – Average 12 hours a week, standard program.
Couch to Parkrun – complete beginners running plan to improve fitness and challenge themselves to complete a 5km run.
Couch to 2km swim training – Build swim program 3x a week to go from couch/low fitness to swimming 2km in a training session. Full of drills and variety to keep it interesting.
12 week Swim build for Ironman – Stand alone swim program for the ironman in training. 3 sessions a week. Average just over 3 hours a week
12 week Swim Build – stand alone swim build – all pool sessions to improve distance and fitness.
All Energise Coaching training plans are found here
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to check for any discounts on the training plans.
If you find any issues with the training plans, Energise Coaching welcomes feedback and suggestions.
Peta from Energise Coaching is a Triathlon Australia Development Coach and an Athletics Australia Recreational Running Coach based south east of Perth. She offers personalised training programs for triathlon/swimming/running, generic training plans and structured run sessions for all levels and abilities. Contact Peta and ask what she can do for you!