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Let's say for the sake of argument that one did not want to spend the money on a coach or a system like TP. Let's also assume the person can read and is good enough with Excel and databases to build up a program that relies on percentages, thresholds, etc.
Which of the 'old school' training books do you lean towards?
- What book offers the best approach for setting up a training program?13 votes
Sleamaker and Browning: SERIOUS Training for Endurance Athletes  7.69%
Something by Hunter Allen  7.69%
Joe Friel's Triathlon Training Bible46.15%
Matt Dixon Well-Built Triathlete  7.69%
Other - post in comments30.77%