TitanXT Integrated Training Plans

This is a USA Triathlon (USAT) certified triathlon comprised of a 250 meter pool swim, 12 mile bike, and a 3.1 mile run. The beneficiary for this race is Smile Train. This race provides beginners with a safe environment to experience a triathlon while providing a fast course, with a few challenges, for the experienced triathlete. Sign up early as this race fills up every year!

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Net proceeds from training plans sales are donated to Smile Train.

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NameAuthorDistanceTypeLevelLengthEventPriceOptions
Smile Train Beginner 10 WeekTitanXTSprintTriathlonNovice10 WeeksSmile Train Triathlon $9.95PreviewBuy

The TitanXT beginner, pool, sprint triathlon plan is designed for 1st time triathletes who are targeting a sprint triathlon with a pool swim. It takes a gradual pace to getting you ready for race day. Most weeks consist of 6 workouts: 2 swims, 2 bikes and 2 runs and one rest day. If you are experienced in one discipline then you may want to increase the distance targets for workouts in that discipline.

People who have not been exercising regularly should consult a physician before beginning this plan.

The plan includes a race simulation in week 7 to give you time to think about changes and additions you may need to make to equipment, nutrition and clothing.

This is a distance oriented plan designed to get you to the finish line of a sprint triathlon. Each workout will include a description of how to approach the day's workout, time guidance in addition to distance guidance, but the key is to focus on the distance.

The plan is developed by experienced triathletes who have worked with numerous other triathletes to get them prepared for their first triathlon. The plan is based on well-established training methodologies. The plans adhere to the following principles:

  • Build weekly mileage slowly
  • Build your long efforts slowly
  • Focus on good form
  • Incorporate a variety of paces
  • Periodization (e.g. build for a few weeks and then reduce mileage for a week). Repeat
  • Taper (reduce effort) during the last 2 weeks prior to the race