Beginner Triathlete - Race Day! articles

author : Michael
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avatarHow to properly and effectively lay out your triathlon transition area.
author : alicefoeller
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photo"Setting up for a good run" can mean letting go of expectations on the bike.
author : BrianPBN
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avatarNot one menu is a perfect fit for all athletes, but there are some general rules that everyone can use as a guide during the final 24 hours leading into your race.
author : mikericci
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photoDon't know how to setup your triathlon transition area? We cover everything from wetsuit tips, bike check, nutrition, shoes, equipment placement to actual race day execution.
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photoThis video will show the basics of triathlon transitions including setup and how to use the space efficiently as possible to minimize wasted time.
author : Michael
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avatarDownloadable race-day checklist for your triathlon preparation. Everything you need to bring from your bike to drinks.
author : ytriguy
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photoOften it makes sense to race slower in order to finish faster and at the same time have a more enjoyable Ironman Triathlon experience.
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photoLearn the important aspects of a successful pre-race nutrition plan including carbo-loading and eating the morning of the race.
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photoEvery year thousands of triathletes spend excessive amounts of time and money on training, only to show up to the biggest race of the season with little to no plan.
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photoLearn essential triathlon transition techniques for various ability levels. Includes wetsuit removal and several bike mounting techniques.
author : mrakes1
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photoLearn how to top off your muscles with energy during your race weekend taper! Carbo-load correctly and alleviate the possibility of GI distress by choosing the correct foods and when to eat them.
author : Ontherun
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photoAs race day apporaches anxiety builds. Don't let packing add to that list of worries. Part 1 is a checklist compiled by many that I have used on race day.
author : Daniel Clout
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avatarAre you apprehensive going into your first tri season?
author : Michael
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avatarIf you are going to do a triathlon, you need to know at least some of the basic rules that can keep you from getting hurt or hurting someone else.
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photoWill you will finish your next triathlon swim strong, or will you run out of steam before you even start the majority of your race?
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