Triathlon Anatomy PDF
See what it takes to maximize multisport strength, power, speed, and endurance. Triathlon Anatomy will show you how to improve your performance by increasing muscular strength and optimizing the efficiency of every movement.
Triathlon Anatomy features 82 of the most effective multisport exercises with step-by-step descriptions and full-color anatomical illustrations highlighting the muscles in action. But you’ll see much more than the exercises—you’ll also see their results.
Triathlon Anatomy places you at the starting line and into the throes of competition by fundamentally linking each exercise to multisport performance. You’ll see how to strengthen muscles and increase stamina for running across various terrains, cycling steep inclines, and swimming in open water.
You’ll learn how to modify exercises to target specific areas, reduce muscle tension, and minimize common injuries. Best of all, you’ll learn how to put it all together to develop a training program based on your individual needs and goals.
Whether you’re training for your first triathlon or preparing for your sixth Ironman, Triathlon Anatomy will ensure you’re ready to deliver your personal best.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 The Triathlete in Motion
Chapter 2 Cardio Training
Chapter 3 Creating a Customized Training Plan
Chapter 4 Arms
Chapter 5 Shoulders
Chapter 6 Chest
Chapter 7 Core
Chapter 8 Back and Neck
Chapter 9 Legs
Chapter 10 Whole Body Training
Chapter 11 Injury Prevention
“In Triathlon Anatomy, Mark Klion and Troy Jacobson help triathletes get the most out of their strength training workouts while avoiding injury. The book is an essential resource for anyone striving for multisport success.”
Lee Silverman-- Owner, JackRabbit Sports
"Troy Jacobson has been at the forefront of coaching athletes of all levels for more than 20 years. Triathlon Anatomy reflects his coaching philosophy, which has generated as much success for his clients as any coach in our sport."
Kevin O'Connor-- Owner of Gear West Bike & Triathlon, Six-Time Ironman Hawaii Athlete (9:13 Kona PR), 2009 USAT Overall Duathlete of the Year
ExcerptsBasics In Getting Yourself Started For A Triathlon
Developing A Plan For Training For A Triathlon
Recognizing And Preventing Common Triathlon Related Injuries