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Subject: Half ironman training plan.
Hi everybody !
someone has any opinion about this plan ? I did 30min at swiming, and 46 at running last time in an olympic distance, what level should I take ?
Thank you, have a good day !
http://www.ronebergcairns.com/2012onwards/general2012_1404.pdf


2013-12-27 1:48 PM
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Subject: RE: Half ironman training plan.
The starting of training is coming !! Monday 30 or 6, it dépends what plan I choose.
I need an advice, what of those three plan, to finish with a "good time" :
http://www.beginnertriathlete.com/discussion/training/training-plan...
http://www.trinewbies.com/tno_trainingprograms/tno_HIM.asp
http://www.ronebergcairns.com/2012onwards/general2012_1404.pdf
2013-12-28 12:36 PM
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Subject: RE: Half ironman training plan.
Hi,

To be total honest those plans volume and intensity look pretty close to me. Maybe I am missing something. The BT plans at least seams to have multiple workouts in one day. Then again I didn’t go thru each day.

What do you consider a "good time”?

Your swim and run time are Ok, but what is your bike?




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2013-12-28 1:02 PM
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Subject: RE: Half ironman training plan.
The trinewbies and BT plan are close, trinewbies seems a bit more easy to folow.
The other is really different, with much less volume at the start and sessions diferents after.
In bike, I did 1h45 last time, but it was a mountain road.

A good time for me is around 4h30-5h. It is a bit optimistic I think.

Both three plans will permit me to end the race in good condition, and less than 6h ?
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