Published/Written by: Paula Newby-Fraser, John M. Mora, John Mora
This text presents a total fitness programme that aims to show readers how to overcome personal training barriers and realize their true athletic potential in training and competition. It provides practical information on flexibility training, strength training and cross-training.
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The second edition of a fitness manual written for endurance athletes, first published in 1988, which presents a systematic way to design, schedule, perform and monitor training programs, and shows how to prepare mentally for races, and stay motivated to train and win.
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This covers every facet of preparing for a triathlon in a logical, easy-to-follow progression. The book has four parts. "Getting Started" covers the basics including the physical, financial and social demands, and considers proper clothing and equipment. "Biomechanics" helps the athlete perfect his/her form, prevent injuries and reduce race times. "Training" demonstrates how to develop a schedule, and provides and overview of the changes in the body, and advises on nutrition and psychology. "Competing and More" gives the strategies necessary for a successful race day or week.
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The moderate 13-week walk/run program and guidance offered in this book will equip an aspiring runner with the knowledge essential to achieving his or her goal in manageable stages with minimal risk of injury.
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This text devotes extensive coverage to all three disciplines involved in the triathlon. John Mora gives specialist training tips and tactics for the differing stages and covers how to train simultaneously for all three. He also gives advice on how to plan for a race, and equipment needed.
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