Beginner Triathlete - Beginners articles

author : Ingrid Loos
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photoRace in the right division and you will find that maybe you aren't such a slow runner after all.
author : Ontherun
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photoIn part one the focus was the packing phase of a race. Here are a few more ideas to help with a successful race.
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photoThe start for everyone is a crazy cluster of splashing. Here are some tips to deal with what some consider being the toughest part of any triathlon.
author : janicebondar
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photoI committed a serious faux pas; trespassed into taboo territory, inviting all those karma chickens to come home to roost - Recounting my most recent DNS ("Did Not Start")
author : joeinco
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photoAs a triathlete, there is one acronym that you just can’t fathom ever having next to your name in a race report – DNF: DID NOT FINISH.
author : Mottyl
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photo I had read the articles on BT, I'd trained, and I thought I had prepared. There were, however, a few things that I didn't internalize despite what I'd been told.
author : bflrich
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photoWhat makes the difference between success and failure is not how often you fall but how often you rise. Next time you’re chewing that second cookie and you realize it’s not what you planned on...STOP!
author : tomp
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photoTips on swimming, biking and running to race-day lessons from this beginners first five months of training.
author : FishrCutB8
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photoA little bit of everything from training, your equipment list, laying out a transition area and other pre-race preparations.
author : pjsuperhawk
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photoMaintaining a positive attitude and a sense of priority will be my keys to success. Before summer fades into fall, I will be a Triathlete and eager to race again.
author : Ontherun
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photoTaking care of your equipment is very important, especially on a limited budget. The following are a few reminders of how to get your equipment to last as long as possible.
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photoSwimming and golf can both present you with a meditative-like form of exercise that I have found to be both fulfilling and fun!
author : Team BT
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photoHow to be a BOPer or MOPer in a FOPer world. As a middle of the pack athlete, I have adopted some things I do to assure a victorious feeling at every event I finish.
author : sekhmet
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photoWe live in a fast-paced society and gym time seems more of a chore than an escape. Rushing through a workout not only yields fewer results but makes athletes prime candidates for injury.
author : scuba-punk
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avatarTuesday April 5, 2005 marks the 1 year anniversary of my departure from my old life - a life consuming bags of fried pork rinds and way less activity than a person should be able to get away with.
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