So where can you sign up for an Ironman race and get a free six month training program included with your entry fee? The answer, Ironman Louisville.
This fine Southern race features a time trial start, a scenic ride in the Kentucky countryside, great local support, one of the greatest finish lines on the Ironman circuit, and of course the toasty summer heat, but to entice athletes to sign up sooner rather than later, the race is offering a free six-month training plan for those individuals that sign up before 11:59 p.m. EST on Thursday, January 31.
Ironman Louisville Race Director, Beth Atnip, has developed a complimentary six-month training plan that will prepare you for the August 25, 2013 event.
The training program starts on Monday, February 25 and taking athletes all the way up until race day, the training plan includes the following:
- Proper build and rest periods;
- Specific daily workouts to include swimming, biking and running;
- 60+ swim workouts to choose from;
• Ironman Louisville race week and race day tips for success;
- Ability to adjust the program based on your schedule; and
- Nutrition tips for successful training and racing.
If interested, visit Ironman Louisville to register. Once registration is complete, email email@example.com to receive your training plan. You will receive the plan by Friday, February 22, 2013 in order to start your training on Monday, February 25.
ABOUT THE RACE DIRECTOR
Beth Atnip is a USA Triathlon Level 2 Certified Coach, as well as a Certified Personal Trainer through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA-CPT). She also has a Masters degree in Health Promotion. Beth has been coaching endurance athletes since 2006, and has worked with athletes of all ability levels, from true beginners to veteran triathletes. She has helped many athletes prepare for and complete their first IRONMAN race, and truly understands the physical and nutritional demands of the sport since she herself competes at the IRONMAN distance. This six-month training plan will prepare you for the physical demands on race day and help you achieve your IRONMAN goal! (Although Beth Atnip is an employee of World Triathlon Corporation (WTC), the training program and advice referenced above are provided by Ms. Atnip outside of such employment, and such program is not administered by or affiliated with WTC. WTC is not responsible for such program, or any aspect thereof, and makes no representation or warranty regarding such program or any of the statements in the description above.)