Beginner Triathlete - Training articles

author : mikericci
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avatar If you have the desire to get better you should think about implementing some sport rotation into your season. Letting your body focus on one event at time will help it adapt more quickly.
author : Rich Strauss
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photoYour training schedule should be based completely on the hours you have available to train, not necessarily on the number of hours you "need" to train.
author : trithis
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photoClub or group workouts are very motivating and soon you’ll start feeling like a triathlete, making you less likely to flake out.
author : gsmacleod
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photoI have seen very athletically talented teams fall apart in clutch situations and much less gifted teams play well above their ability!
author : trixie
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photoExactly what type of weight training does a triathlete need?
author : trixie
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photoA static stretching routine to aid in coordination, reducing muscle tension while serving to increase your range of motion.
author : tmwelshy
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photoTo prevent a mental breakdown before you even get to the starting line, use the winter months to set goals, build your base, vary your workouts, cut back on training and throw in some variety.
author : Ron
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photoI have spent years honing down the elusive 'perfect' stretching routine for my personal physiology and training. It's a fine line my friends but I think I have it.
author : tboepple
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photoWomen / Masters / Special Needs - Lauren Maule, Diane Proud, Tom Rodgers
author : westfried
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avatarFact is, it's tough. Best bet is to do the training that you can, and let the chips fall where they may.
author : steve
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avatarWell its the middle of winter and there is 5 inches of snow on the ground and I am too cheap to buy a gym membership and take spinning classes, so what do I do?
author : Daniel Clout
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avatarHow to choose a coach? A summary of three 'types' of coaches and the pros and cons of each.
author : tboepple
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photoJoe Friel - Periodization
author : tboepple
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photoJoe Friel, Bike Technique & Training (Physiology)
author : tboepple
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photoAero Positioning on the Bike – John Cobb
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