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Triathlete.com Online Training Plans

Developed by Matt Fitzgerald

It All Starts With a Great Plan

Triathlete.com Online Training Plans

Behind every great race there’s a great training plan. If you’re looking for the best plan to help you achieve your race goals, you’ve come to the right place.

Developed by acclaimed triathlon writer and expert Matt Fitzgerald , Triathlete.com Online Training Plans are super time-efficient, easy to follow, and based on the most cutting-edge training methods.

And with 10 different levels for each of four race distances, there’s a perfect fit for every triathlete, regardless of experience and ability level.

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What You Get:

Triathlete.com Online Training Plans

  • A complete 12- to 24-week training plan that
    culminates in the race of your choice
  • A personal training calendar powered by TrainingPeaks
  • Daily workout reminders emailed to you daily Weekly tips and goals
  • Supporting documents with information on
    workout intensity, strength training and more

The Start of Your Training Journey is Just Two Steps Away:

Step 1

Choose Your Race Distance

There are plans for all four of the popular triathlon race distances: sprint, Olympic, half Ironman, and Ironman. Our Olympic, half Ironman and Ironman plans include opportunities for shorter “tune-up” races.

Choose Race Distance

Compare Plans

Step 2

Choose Your Level

The plans for each race distance come in 10 levels, numbered 0 through 9, where Level 0 is for beginners and Level 9 is for elite-level competitors.

Choose Your Level

Start Training Today!

Matt Fitzgerald

About Matt Fitzgerald

Matt Fitzgerald is a contributor for Triathlete, Inside Triathlon, and Triathlete.com. He is also the author of Triathlete magazine’s Complete Triathlon Book and Triathlete magazine’s Essential Week-by-Week Training Guide.

A runner since 1983 and a triathlete since 1998, Matt has more than 10 years of coaching experience. His online training plans have helped thousands of athletes achieve their goals in events ranging from 5K runs to Ironman triathlons.