Keep Up Triathlon BUILD is an individual training program for you who have a solid foundation of endurance training. We recommend that you have at least 12 weeks of base training focused on building your stamina before signing up for this training plan.
Keep Up Triathlon BUILD is the next step in your endurance training. In this program, you will start building your muscular endurance, and speed for the upcoming race season.
The training program is perfect for you who,
- Have previous experience in structured training, and completed a basic preseason workout routine.
- Want to escalate your triathlon skills and build your muscular endurance and speed.
Keep Up Triathlon BUILD is a 12-week individual training program with the emphasis on building your muscular endurance. It is designed by coaches that have many years of experience in both coaching and competing in triathlon, and the stand-alone disciplines.
Included in Keep Up Triathlon BUILD is,
- A weekly scheduled individualized training program that will be sent to you every Sunday.
- Tests that lay the ground for your training. (All training sessions are based on your training zones, which are defined using the initial test.)
- Sessions are described in detail and have a clear purpose.
- A Big Day (last week) that will help you to put things together.
It is a triathlon training program designed for you who have completed our Keep Up Triathlon BASE or have a background in endurance training. We recommend that you have at least 12 weeks of base training focused on building your stamina before signing up for Keep Up Triathlon BUILD.
Preferably, you start this training program 24 weeks before your main race. The next step, after you have finished Keep Up Triathlon BUILD, is Race Up Triathlon.
To make it easier for you to build your training and racing season, we have structured our training programs into four categories. Find out what is best for you here.
During the onboarding, you will choose how much you want to train on an average per week.
We provide individualized training programs ranging from 6 hours per week, up to 14 hours per week on average.
When you define your training volume, our recommendation is,
- Sprint distance, 6-10 hours
- Olympic distance, 8-12 hours
- Ironman 70.3 distance, 8-14 hours
- Ironman distance, 10-14 hours
Triathlon requires some gear. Here is a shortlist of things you will need to be able to follow the program.
- Must have: Heart rate monitor for zone training (like a Garmin watch or equivalent)
- Must have: Swimsuit, goggles and swim cap
- Nice to have: Wetsuit, paddles, pull buoy and fins
- Must have: Bicycle and helmet
- Nice to have: So many other things!
- Must have: Running shoes