You Can! - The Journey from ACL Surgery to IMWI

author : TriDDS
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photoIf you would have told me that I would want to train over ten hours a week for a race that can last up to 17 hours, I would have laughed. But somehow, my ACL injury has refocused my outlook on life.

Quest For IM-Part 3: Building Mental Toughness

author : IRONVIKING
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photoWhen it comes down to it, it’s me who has to believe I can run a full marathon after swimming and biking, and no amount of others’ belief in me is going to help.

Structuring the Perfect Ironman Season

author : Rich Strauss
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photoA macro-view on preparing your season for an Ironman. Includes some tips on picking an Ironman race depending on where you live.

The Quest For Ironman - Part 2

author : IRONVIKING
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photoThe first month of training is in the books. I am learning several tips that could help you along the way on your Ironman quest.

The Quest For Ironman - Part 1

author : IRONVIKING
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photoHow BT is preparing me for the Coeur d'Alene IronMan.

JV to Varsity Ironman: Training to Get Faster

author : Rich Strauss
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photoPay attention to details! Little things like body composition, bike fit, powermeter use and swim technique become big on the Varsity Team

Your First Half Ironman: Race Tips & Pointers

author : acbadger
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photoI’m not going to sugar coat my experience and tell you that it was a piece of cake, but I am going to attempt to give you some advice and useful information that I wish I had before participating.

Through The Fire - Post 70.3

author : Ingrid Loos
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photoA bad race left me smoldering, but time and a gentle breeze ignited my passion to race again.

Ironman on a Motorcycle - Race Support for IMAZ

author : Rich Strauss
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photoI was not an official; I simply observed the race and the officials doing their thing. Here is what I saw:

Lessons from the 2006 California Half Ironman

author : Manny
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photoTraining tips and lessons to keeping your head in the game.

The Journey to an Ironman

author : dara
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photoIronman is all consuming and deciding to complete one can never be taken lightly. Triathlon is a lifestyle, so don’t rush the journey to your first Ironman; enjoy your new way of life.

Half Ironman Pre-Race Nutrition Protocol

author : mikericci
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photoWhat most athletes forget to realize is that all the training in the world will go down the toilet if the pacing or the nutrition plan isn�t executed properly.

So You Really, Really Want to I.Q.?

author : KevinKonczak
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photoAfter you have established the Ironman goal, the most important factor outside of the training is which race to choose? What is your best sort of course, hilly, rolling, flat?

Hills, Anaerobic training, and the Wisconsin IM

author : dara
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photoIt makes no sense to train hard for a year to hone that aerobic system only to have all that training undermined by a few anaerobic bursts on race day. So, how do you go about it?

Ironman Study Confirms Cycling’s Value

author : infosteward
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photoMore than any other factor – including distances in other sports, weight, height – time on bike proved important for faster performance.
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