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Book Review: Fast-Track Triathlete

Book Review: Fast-Track Triathlete

October 02, 2019

Fast-Track Triathlete

This book is an excellent guide for anyone considering doing a full or half distance triathlon. The author, elite triathlon coach Matt Dixon approach is all about balance, and especially for those people that have a life outside of sport (family, business etc.).

Fast-Track Triathlete focuses on training for long and short distance triathlons in half the time of traditional coaching plans, but don’t expect half the performance. Matt is all about quality over quantity, and he tailors his workouts, recovery, strength and mobility session to roughly 7-10 hours per week for half-distance and 10-12 hours per week for full-distance.

Fast-Track Triathlete provides all that you’d expect from a complete guide to being successful at triathlon. From planning, scaling workouts, transitions, nutrition as well as include full detailed training plans for full and half distances.

For more details about Matt Dixon and Fast-track Triathlete: https://www.purplepatchfitness.com/

Matt's 4 Pillars of Performance: https://www.purplepatchfitness.com/pillarsofperformance




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