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Strength Training for Triathletes: The Complete Program to Build Triathlon Power, Speed, and Muscular Endurance?

A total of 4 reviews of this product on Reddit.

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26th Nov 2020

Strength Training for Triathletes has some good movements and routines with explanations on how each helps but could be underwhelming if you know your way around the gym.

I worked with a PT for a couple years when I started racing and we focused mostly on hip mobility. Our workouts focused on one big lift followed by a couple rounds of complex/supplemental movements and core work. The general framework was:

Warm up: 3x circuits of activating movements, like KB sings, leg swings, PNF stretching, SMR if needed. These movements would activate the muscles used later in the workout

Main set: 4×8 of Deadlift/Front Squat/Power Clean – We’d rotate these according to a certain schedule, but our big lifts were limited to these three

Circuit: 2x of 3 movements 10x reps each, the second circuit would complement the first. These would be movements like single-leg RDLs, KB swings, KB Squat to press, DB snatches, box jumps, TRX-based movements, and core workouts leveraging balance tools like an AIREX or Bosu/Swiss Ball.

Cool down appropriately with stretching or more SMR.

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8th Feb 2017

I am a powerlifter in addition to being a triathlete, so I just do my powerlifting stuff, but I have heard positive reviews of this book: https://www.amazon.com/Strength-Training-Triathletes-Triathlon-Endurance/dp/1937715310/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1486532797&sr=8-1&keywords=strength+training+for+triathletes

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30th Dec 2019

There’s a great book with a ton of content on the subject on amazon:

https://www.amazon.com/Strength-Training-Triathletes-Triathlon-Endurance/dp/1937715310

It segments training into multiple sections throughout the season:
Here’s an overview of what the plan covers: https://boltonendurance.com/2019/09/11/creating-a-strength-training-program-for-triathlon-success/