Is Your Triathlon Run Training Transferable and Specific?

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We all know speed is important.  Most triathletes mix in some form of speed training into their routine. BUT....you might be running too hard to get any real benefit.  When it comes to sustained speed, there are some important principles you need to stick to if you want to see all the hard work come out on race day. Keep in mind, I am speaking in the context of an Ironman or Half Ironman.

Here are a few thoughts:

The FC Method is an ATHLETE-FOCUSED approach to training that will target and activate EACH AND EVERY physiological system needed for success on race day. We take average, hard-working athletes and help them train smarter and race faster.


If you are training for an Ironman or half Ironman, consistency is your best friend.  It's not about smashing two or three session and then barely make it through the week.  Training should be a gradual progression of workload, repeated week after week.  There are no secret sessions that will all of a sudden make you better.  Work and more work is the recipe.  Target all of the systems you'll need to tap into on race day.  Ironman is a strength-endurance sport so it's not just about miles. Sure miles have their place, but you have to get strong.  

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The FC Method is an ATHLETE-FOCUSED approach to training that will target and activate EACH AND EVERY physiological system needed for success on race day. 

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