TRAINING LEVEL CALCULATOR

Use the link below to create your own personal copy of the THP Training Level Calculator.

TRAINING LEVEL CALCULATOR

Use the tabs at the bottom of sheet to navigate between Swim Levels, Swim Race Pace, Bike Levels, Run Levels and Run Race Pace.

For Swim Levels, simply select the 'Swim Levels' tab at bottom of page and input your T30 swim pace in the yellow box at top of table (in the format h:mm:ss). To determine your predicted race paces in the next sheet, it must be in the units of minutes per 100 metres. If you know your T30 in terms of minutes per 100 yards, simply input that pace into the 'Pace Conversion' calculator beneath the Training Level table.

With your Training Levels for Swimming now determined, you can select the tab at bottom of page to reveal your predicted race paces over various distances. Please Note: your predicted equivalent race performances, are based upon the conditions in which you established your T30 pace. So if your T30 was determined with a non-wetsuit pool swim with tumble/flip turns - don't expect them to be accurate for a wetsuit swim in open water. Where your eventual race pace will fall within a particular range - depends upon your resistance to fatigue at that intensity, over that distance, on that particular day, in the conditions you are presented with. Assume the faster pace within a range, represents an ideal performance in ideal conditions, on the back of ideal preparation for that particular distance.  

To determine your Training Levels for Cycling, simply select the 'Bike Levels' tab at bottom of page and input your FTP and/or Lactate Threshold Heart Rate into the applicable yellow boxes at top of table. 

To determine your Training Levels for Running, simply select the 'Run Levels' tab at bottom of page and input your T-Pace, FTP and/or Lactate Threshold Heart Rate into the applicable yellow boxes at top of table (in the format h:mm:ss). To determine your predicted race paces in the next sheet, your T-Pace must be in the units of minutes per kilometre. If you know your T-Pace in terms of minutes per mile, simply input that pace into the 'Pace Conversion' calculator beneath the Training Level table. 

With your Training Levels for Running now determined, you can select the tab at bottom of page to reveal your predicted race paces over various distances. Please Note: Where your target race pace/power will fall within a particular range - depends upon your resistance to fatigue at that intensity, over that distance, on that particular day, in the conditions you are presented with. Assume the faster pace/power within a range, represents an ideal performance in ideal conditions, on the back of ideal preparation for that particular distance. Beneath the standard race distances for running only events, you will find typical ranges for the run-leg of various triathlon distances. Please note, your ability to execute a relativly fast run-leg, is almost entirely determined by your pacing and fuelling strategy on the bike - so once again, assume that the fastest pace/power within a range, is on the back of a conservative bike leg that was sufficiently well fuelled.

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