One-Hour Workouts

50 Swim, Bike, and Run Workouts for Busy Athletes

Scott Molina, Mark Newton, and Michael Jacques with Amy White

One-Hour Workouts is a collection of 50 swim, bike, and run workouts from top triathlon coaches that anyone can fit into a lunch hour–including warm-up and cool-down.

If they could, most endurance athletes would love to set aside more time for training. But work, family, and real life too often get in the way of the cardinal rule for endurance athletes: never miss a workout.

One-Hour Workouts is the perfect solution for athletes who are pressed for time. These 50 workouts are tightly focused so that athletes can get a quality training session in just one hour. Athletes can choose from base, tempo, or speed workouts in each sport to match their training plan’s goal for the day.

Former professional triathlete Scott Molina (The Terminator), Mark Newton, and Michael Jacques give athletes smart workouts that will complement their existing training and keep season goals on track even in the busiest of weeks.

Spiral-bound paperback. 2-color interior.
6″ x 7″, 136 pp., $24.95, 9781934030585

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Praise for this book 

One-Hour Workouts is a practical guide for on-the-go athletes who need to maximize their 60-minute training window. The book has something for athletes of all levels.” — Triathlete magazine

“[One-Hour Workouts is] an antidote to a busy day—just the thing for days where a one-hour window is all we’ve got…This rugged, spiral-bound book will hold its own when tossed into a bag alongside your gear, and it’s also compact, leaving plenty of room for that post-bike snack you’re already looking forward to.” — LAVA magazine

“I’ve been able to work almost all of [the One-Hour Workouts] into my training and I found them very effective…More than a few of them are now in my permanant rotation and are a welcome change. Interspersed throughout the book, the authors offer nuggets of advice and humor making it a great book for everyone from busy business professionals to homemakers.” — TriEdge.net