Beginner Triathlete - Motivation articles

author : ciarac
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photoThe psychological benefits of aerobic exercise are numerous: mood enhancing, reduced anxiety and depression and also stress reduction.
author : dr_forbush
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photoThe boat was being tossed around. Someone noted that there were whitecaps on the waves. Another guy said, “This is going to be challenging.” I began to wonder what he meant by 'challenging'.
author : sbkass
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photoI am not suggesting that I have turned into Aquaman or have grown gills or that I am a really great swimmer. I am none of those. But I have learned to love the swim.
author : Jerrykyc
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photoThis article discusses how to overcome your fears into getting started in triathlon.
author : sbkass
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photoHow to focus on the journey and not the destination
author : Jerrykyc
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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.
author : writingrunner
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photoA reflection of what motivates me to keep on training.
author : tonyladd
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photoAddressing the notion of excelling or even getting a PR in all three events in one race.
author : trmat79
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photoA story about the motivation to overcome everyday challenges
author : trmat79
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photoThe next thing you know it is time for bed and another workout day has passed. This is where the heart comes in.
author : TryingATri
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photoMy first attempt at something is not what defines me, but it's my last attempt at something that truly defines who I am.
author : mike hall
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photoI finally bit the bullet and asked my doctor if there could be another reason to my lack of success in weight management. I did not like his answer.
author : tripastor
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photoWhat if we applied the lesson of encouragement beyond race day? The right word at the right time can work wonders.
author : jbaha14
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photoTodays role models need to be the regular Jane/Joe doing extraordinary things and not the superstar athlete or movie star.
author : DaveScott
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photoDave Scott, six-time Hawaii Ironman world champion, shares his insights and plenty of stories to help you define your own success.
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