Triathlon Anatomy-2nd Edition
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Let Triathlon Anatomy, Second Edition, prepare you for the starting line and show you how to reach your personal best by increasing muscular strength and optimizing the efficiency of every movement.
Triathlon Anatomy features 74 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 the results.
For each exercise, a Triathlon Focus feature illustrates how the movement is fundamentally linked to performance in each sport. You’ll see how to strengthen muscles and increase stamina for cycling steep inclines, running across various terrains, 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 next Ironman, Triathlon Anatomy will ensure you’re ready to deliver your personal best.
AudienceTriathletes, personal trainers, and coaches who train triathletes.
Chapter 2. Principles of Endurance 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
—Victoria Brumfield, Chief of Staff for USA Triathlon
“Mark Klion has been helping triathletes optimize their performance and stay injury-free for decades. I’ve raced side by side with Dr. Klion at the Ironman in Kona, Hawaii. I’ve also visited his Manhattan office for treatments and advice that kept me at the top of my game. Since the 1980s, Jonathan Cane has helped me and countless other endurance athletes go farther and faster than we ever could have without his training programs. Coach Cane is a legend in the New York City multisport community. I’m thrilled that Triathlon Anatomy brings Klion and Cane together and makes their expertise available to multisport athletes everywhere.”
—Christopher Bergland, World-Class Endurance Athlete Who Broke a Guinness World Record for Treadmill Running (153.76 miles in 24 hours)
Stretches for injury prevention and treatment
Try this exercise: single-leg deadlift
I have used a different book in this series to plan off an season exercise program for cycling. Transitioning to triathlon, this book greatly aided my development of both off season training as well as in season exercises to target my weak areas. Each major muscle group is explained to include what tri activities utilizes those muscles.
I highly recommend this book.