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photoThis article discusses how to overcome your fears into getting started in triathlon.
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photoI am going to discuss why we do it. If you understand why, then these detailed lessons and tips become much more meaningful.
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photoWhen should you get into triathlon? Anytime. My first triathlon was at age 61. I am training a lady who I taught to swim at age 62 and she will do her first triathlon at age 63.
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photoThe goal in overcoming mommy guilt is to be able to train for and participate in triathlons while also being comfortable with the level of love and nurturing that must be given to the children.
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photoDeciding to do a triathlon is a commitment. Some people just decide to do it and never think about training. Others come from a swimming, biking or running background and just fall into the sport.
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photoLike the fear of being foolish, the fear of failure is very common. The first step in overcoming the fear of failure is to define it. Once defined the steps to overcome it are not difficult.
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photoThe cause of the sleeplessness could be anxiety to get out and compete but more often than not the inability to sleep is a fear of what might happen, of what might go bump out on the race course.
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photoThere are many bicyclists out there who struggle through turns - slowing unnecessarily and being uncomfortable. Learn how to turn properly when riding your bicycle.
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photoThis article provides just a summary inside look behind the scenes of a triathlon race to provide a perspective of all that goes on to get that triathlon ready for you.
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Jerry Kyckelhahn, is far from a life-long athlete. Compared to the athletes of today, Jerry got a delayed start into triathlon, a delay of about 50 years. His experiences and late entry into sports ultimately led to a Pan American Continental Master’s championship in track sprints and finally to a USAT long course triathlon national championship. But his focus has never been on winning but rather on participation and health and fitness. He has written many previous local and national articles most of which have addressed how to have fun in triathlon and biking.