Four Tips to Survive the Open Water Swim or a Stampede

author : funkj25
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photoThe open water swim can be one of the scariest or most fun parts of your race. Use these four tips to take a little fear out of the water and turn it into more of an enjoyable experience.

A Crash Course in Turning on your Bike!

author : Jerrykyc
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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.

First Olympic Triathlon: Do I Have Enough Time to Train?

author : TeamMPI
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photoI just did a sprint triathlon and want to sign up for my first olympic in six weeks. Is this enough time to train?

Tips for Your Second Triathlon

author : TeamMPI
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photoHave you finished your first triathlon and are about to do your second? This article will give you several tips to improve.

Over the Hump

author : Jerrykyc
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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.

Preparing for Open Water Swimming, Part 1

author : garyhallsr
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photoThe preparation for the swim leg of the triathlon begins months ahead of the race with the proper training. Here are also tips to prepare for race day.

4 Steps for Overcoming Fear of the Open Water

author : TeamMPI
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photoThe majority of new triathletes see the open water swim as their biggest stumbling block. Here are four steps to help you have a better swim experience in your first (or next) triathlon.

One Season Down, Now What?

author : TeamMPI
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photoIf you're a triathlete that competed in your first triathlon this season, you may be wondering what to do next.

Triathlon 101: Don’t be Overwhelmed

author : Jerrykyc
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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.

Tri-ing to Face Your Fears

author : mnatwood
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photoDon’t give up just because the training is difficult. Don’t let fear win just because you find yourself uncomfortable.

How Dog Training Can Improve Your Triathlon Training

author : mistymills
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photoDog training techniques have surprising parallels to triathlon training and race preparation. All the lessons I THOUGHT were for my dogs started seeming very applicable to me! Here's what I learned.

Triathlon as a Lifesaver

author : mnatwood
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photoSo the first step on the road to becoming a triathlete starts out with a basic Decision. What is the Decision? It’s simple. You just decide to become a triathlete. Sounds impossible? Perfect.

Can a Souffle Rise Twice? Or a Beginner Triathlete?

author : bally62
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photoAfter two years out with injury, will I come back better?

Triathlon - Make It a Goal for the New Year

author : ahohl
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photoTriathletes share stories of losing weight, improving health, making new friends, relieving stress and beating addictions

Off-Season Training Tips for Beginners

author : sallyddrake
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photoOff-Season thoughts for new triathletes including indoor training, Computrainers, heart-rate training and strength training.
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