Triathlon Online Course on Acadyme.com - international blockbuster

Their first course “Learn Triathlon” with instructor and professional triathlete Åsa Lundström from Sweden is already an international blockbuster. Sold worldwide in over 10 countries within 48 hours of launch.

Learn Triathlon Online Course

Learn Triathlon – online course about triathlon

Instructor Åsa Lundström is a professional triathlete that, for the past 10 years, has competed in international top field. She has 25 Ironman and several top places on her track record. 

– Creating a triathlon course with Acadyme has been both fun and rewarding. It feels exciting to concentrate 10 years of experience in professional triathlon training and competition for a course with instructional films, texts, programs and podcasts. I have always liked to inspire others to develop as triathletes and with the help of Acadyme I got the opportunity to do it in the best possible way, says Åsa Lundström.

Trailer Learn Triathlon with Åsa Lundström

Åsa’s course consists of 90 minutes of instructional and inspiring videos divided into 13 chapters. The course is subtitled in English, German, Spanish, Portuguese and Chinese. The course also includes a podcast with Åsa, transcripts of the course and simpler training programs. The focus of the course is to give a broad and inspiring picture of triathlon.

– Our goal is to become the world’s best platform for online courses in sports, health and wellness. Like Masterclass but focused on our areas. The courses’ quality and content from the world’s foremost in their respective sports will set a new standard for online courses in sports, health and wellness, says founder Jojje Borssén.

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Acadyme Triathlon Online Course Curriculum

Meet your instructor Åsa

  • How Åsa started
  • Professional carrer
  • Ironman Hawaii
  • Biggest strenght
  • Introduction of triathlon

What is triathlon?

  • How triathlon started
  • Ironman distances
  • Ironman 70.3 distances
  • Olympic distances
  • Sprint distances
  • Drafting – what is that?
  • ITU distances

Swim

  • How to warm up
  • Using elastics
  • Positioning at the start
  • The gun goes off!
  • Know how your start looks like
  • Problem solving
  • Loosing googles
  • Wetsuit
  • Avoid getting chafe
  • Swim skin
  • Swim exit
  • Earplugs
  • Getting up from water

Transition 1

  • Before the race
  • Know your bags place
  • During transition
  • Transition time
  • Don’t waste time in transition
  • Rack your bike

The bike

  • The mount line
  • The bike course
  • Be safe
  • Nutrition plan
  • Special needs bag
  • Drafting
  • Penalty
  • More on nutrition
  • How to plan nutrition
  • Mechanical issues
  • Fixing a flat tire
  • The last 5K on bike

Transition 2

  • Run gear bag
  • Decisions
  • Socks on the run

The run

  • Start easy
  • Practice transition 2
  • Running tips
  • Know your course
  • Split the run into segments
  • Nutrition plan
  • Revaluate every 5K
  • Fighting your demons
  • Don’t be a superhero
  • Final 5K
  • The finish line

Overall Training Philosophy

  • Time planning
  • Doing efforts = intervals
  • 3 workout blocks
  • Brick session
  • Planning
  • Bike volume
  • Planning your day
  • Strenght training
  • Consistency is key
  • Key tip

Swim training

  • Find a swim squad
  • Swimming efficiency
  • Head position
  • Arms: High frequency
  • Legs: Keep frequency down
  • Breathing
  • Arm width
  • Final swim tips

Bike training

  • Winter bike training
  • Efforts
  • Tip: A-B bike ride
  • Bike workout blocks
  • Aeroposition
  • Road vs. Tri Bike

Run training

  • Short run efforts
  • Long run efforts
  • Long runs
  • Invest time in your run

Swim gear

  • Basic swim gear
  • Warm up
  • Paddels
  • Snorkel
  • Wetsuit

Bike gear

  • Bike set up
  • Tubulars vs. clinchers
  • Aero bottle
  • Helmet
  • Protect your eyes
  • Bike shoes
  • The truth about bike gear

Run gear

  • Support
  • Speed laces
  • Running watch