Houston, TX (PRWEB) August 09, 2012
Ironman Triathon training typical starts months or even sometimes years before someone actually competes. Part of the World Triathlon Corporation (WTC) series, an Ironman Triathlon that is a long distance triathlon race consists of a 2.4 miles swim, a whopping 112 miles bike race, and a 26.2 on foot marathon as the final leg of the race. Done in that listed order with no breaks allowed in between each course, there is a 17 hour limit to complete the course that starts first thing in the morning. This makes an Ironman Triathlon the ultimate test of fitness, endurance and stamina.
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The workout is spread over a period of four months with the first month being a warm up period to build up endurance, focus more on techniques, and keeping sessions at the low-intensity level. After one month of training that includes 8 hours of training a week where people prepare their body for the rigorous physical activity they will be undergoing, there is a week-long rest.
The second month is about concentrating on doing just one aspect of the triathlon, whether running, swimming, or biking each week. After a rest period, the next phase comprises training for an average of 15 hours every week and the intensity of the workouts can be reduced. By the fourth month of training, people should have a general idea of their overall stamina and endurance level and this is the period when they focus more on tweaking their techniques and concentrating on improving each aspect of the race.
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