Triathlon and Run Training Plans by ENDURANCEWORKS
Achieve Your Success With One of Our Training Plans
Developed and hand-written by exercise physiologists and USA Triathlon-certified coaches, David Glover, MS, CSCS and Krista Schultz, MEd, CSCS, our run and triathlon training plans provide you with a comprehensive structured program plus the expertise of a professional endurance sports coach at a cost-effective price.
Our training plans offer your our wisdom of “having been there and done that” and helping thousands of other triathletes and runners achieve their dreams. Built with our 30+ years of training, racing and coaching experience, each detailed, periodized training plan is designed to set you up for your success on race day.
Most importantly, you can always contact us with any questions about your triathlon or run training plan.
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Our Sprint and International (Olympic) Triathlon Training Plans are for triathletes competing in Sprint triathlons (750m swim / 20km bike / 5km run) & International triathlons (1.5km swim / 40km bike / 10km run).
You helped me with my first IM last year in CDA. What makes your training plans unique is your timely follow up and insights you provided via email and online resources. I didn’t just get workouts; I got an experienced coach to help me through the process. What an experience and achievement I will never forget. Thank you for all the support and advice!Drew Coleman
Krista provided me the tools I needed to successfully complete my first 1/2 distance triathlon race. I used Krista’s 1/2 Distance Training plan as well as worked with her to develop a nutrition plan. Krista helped me understand why nutrition was so important and helped me develop a better understanding for what my body needs during training and training. I would recommend any training plan by ENDURANCEWORKS.Nicol Newell-Bell
Wanted to thank you for putting together a well thought out and doable plan (even with a busy work schedule). I completed my first 70.3 and felt great doing it well below my target time. I will definitely use you plans for future races of all lengths. Thanks again!Jay Antinnes
Hi David, I took 3rd place at 2:42 (AG 55-59). Your plans have put me on the podium. Seriously, I couldn’t have done it on my own, I have no clue where to start. Great day in Connecticut!Randy Shoop
Wow, really hard, long race. I guess they don’t call it an iron distance for nothing. So…. overall and in hindsight… I felt well prepared for my first full Ironman. I have never swum, biked or run those distances before (aside from running a marathon in ’98). I was steady during the swim, my legs were good on the bike and most surprisingly, my legs were good on the run. Thank you so much for helping me to achieve this goal!!!Ronni Robinson
Hello my friend and coach! Yesterday i had my happiest day in my sports life… I completed a 70.3. Thanks to your plans I also finished 5 sprints and 1 international (the fun Luray tri) – most importantly without any injuries. Let’s go to the 140.6!!!!Adriano Perazio
Hi Krista! I thought I’d send along a quick update for you. I did the Musselman on Sunday in Geneva, NY. Have you ever done it? It’s such a fun race. It was CRAZY HOT! Anyway, I had a good time and most importantly learned a TON so the next one will go a bit better. Thanks again for an awesome program!Jen Reschke
From 12:56 to 11:39!!! Thanks Coach! You program really works! I was just aiming for a 12:30 with a sub-12 (11:56 perhaps) stretch target but this really blew it out of the water. I’ve never done so well and yet the program isn’t as heavy or taxing to my body as my previous ones.Ivan Fojas
Please note: Ironman®, Ironman Triathlon® and Ironman 70.3® are registered trademarks of World Triathlon Corporation (WTC). Any non-race specific references to the words “Ironman” or “Ironman-distance” on this website refer to a triathlon that is the standard length established by the original Ironman race in Hawaii (2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike and 26.2-mile run).