Training PlansTrisutto.com training plans provide you with a proven, effective way to take your performance to the next level. All plans begin with moderate volume and intensity and build over the course of your training. The coaching methodology that informs these plans has taken the best in the sport to Ironman, World and Olympic glory.
16-hour per week Half Iron distance advanced training plan is designed to build session length and intensity in order to optimise 70.3 race performance. Program duration: 16 weeks.
Our 10-hour per week training plan is designed for athletes and iron distance first timers looking to take on an Ironman 70.3 with limited training time. Program duration: 16 weeks.
You don’t know me but I’d just like to say thank you. 4 IM’s ago I had a PB of 9:15 training 25hrs+ a week.
My first race on your program I went sub 9 (8:58), went to Kona and came 12th in 9:23. 6 weeks later I went 8:49 in IMWA winning and coming 9th overall with the 5th fastest overall bike split. The gains I have made are undeniably due to your program and I’m just getting faster and hungrier. You deserve all your success. So simple, yet genius.Barry Oelofsen
Training Plan FAQs
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Adjusting Your Training Plan To Fit Your Next Race
Measuring Intensity in Triathlon Training
Training Plans vs. Online Coaching
Strength Training for Triathlon
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Training Plan Previews
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Half Iron Distance Plan Preview
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The Definitive Workouts
The key workouts used to train over 20 Multisport World Champions. Each session includes a video explanation and can be adapted to your own level of ability.
Swim Sets Preview
14 in total
Bike Sets Preview
10 in total
Run Sets Preview
14 in total
Pro Workout Video Previews
Heart Rate Swim Set
Time Trial Bike Set
Aerobic Threshold Run Set
Stimulus Programs for Triathlon
Stimulus training programs give focus to one triathlon discipline whilst maintaining fitness in the other two. Typically repeated for a training block of 4 weeks before athletes return to their normal training schedule or triathlon program.
Stimulus Programs featured on Trisutto.com
Jane Fardell: Retired from a successful triathlon career that included podiums at ITU and Ironman level. After a five year break returned to represent Australia in Athletics at the IAAF World Champs in Moscow. Nothing gives me greater pleasure than to announce Jane...
Building an Ironman: Matty Trautman celebrates victory at Ironman 70.3 South Africa. Photo by Chris Hitchcock. Since the launch of my online coaching plans we've received a lot of inquiries about our different coaching philosophy and the build up we use in training....
While many North American and European pros have migrated to warmer weather for either training or early season racing, the trisutto squad are bunkering down in the Engadin mountains to do stimulus work on their weakest leg of triathlon. I'm sometimes subject to...
Recreational Training Plans
Indoor Training Plans
The workouts range in time from 30 mins to a maximum 2 hours 30 mins. These sets are suitable for both professional and age group athletes alike.
10 Monster Turbo Sets contains a a mix of Strength, Power and Endurance bike sets designed specifically for the turbo trainer. Workouts range in time from 90 mins to a maximum 3 hours.
Training Plan FAQs
How do I access my training plan?
When you purchase a plan you receive a receipt by e-mail. There is a link on the receipt to download your training plan. The plan is in pdf forma, to keep on your computer, phone or mobile device. It can be printed and there is also a printer friendly version without photos. There is a limit on the number of downloads from the website. However, if you accidentally exceed your download limit for your plan it can be reset.
Do the training plans use power or other training tools?
How are the plans structured?
Pricing and Currency
All Trisutto.com products are priced in US Dollars.
Do you accept PayPal?
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Are all the workouts included in the plan?
Can I see a sample of a full week of the training plan before purchasing?
Can I adjust my rest day?
Can I add a 70.3 race as part the Iron Distance plan, or do I need to purchase a separate 70.3 plan?
Which Iron Distance plan should I purchase - the regular or advanced plan?
Is there a description in the 16 week plan of what to do in the weeks before for preparation?
It is winter now in Europe / North America. I have purchased the 16 week Iron Distance training plan, but my race is not until summer. What should I do between now and starting the plan?
Do training plans include strength training?
What do you get with the Pro Workouts package?
Are the stimulus programs one week or three weeks?
What incline percentage do you use on the treadmill to simulate running on the road?
How fast should the speed work in your training plans be done?
When running short intervals, never run all out, instead think 90%. There is little additional return going faster and the risk of injury rises significantly. Instead look for a good turnover and rhythm to your running. For moderate, medium then mad workouts, the last 1/3rd at mad is meant to be pushing the pace, but as we have already been running at a good effort by the time we arrive at the last 1/3rd (and it is a continuous run), our speed is already governed by our fatigue. We are not sprinting, just pushing the pace with what we have left! The same as in the last part of a triathlon race. On race day the race is ‘just like training’.
Is the Iron Distance program 20 hours maximum or average week?
The Trisutto.com Advanced Iron Distance training plan commences at 18 hours per week for the first month, and builds a little to be 22 hours at it’s largest the last month before the race (except race week which reduces somewhat). There are two workouts on most days (although it is possible to put some back to back in the week if necessary. For example swim then run instead of one in the AM and one in the PM). Mid week workouts are in the 60 – 90 minute range with the long bike and long run on the weekend (along with some short recovery swims). If your weekend falls on days other than Saturday/Sunday simply move the plan forward X number of days to suit. i.e. think of the plan as Day 1 to Day 7, not Monday to Sunday. Rest days are taken as needed, or when best suits with other commitments.
Who do I contact to discuss training plans?
Please contact us, anytime via the Live Chat button (envelope bottom right).