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Subject: Looking for training partner in Central Denver
I'm coming off almost 3 years of inactivity due to injuries (from training for my first tri!!) so I need to start slow. I'm swimming now (almost up to 1/2 mile), but haven't done much biking of late and no walking/running other than the occasional 1-2 mile walk with the dogs or my SO. I really need some accountability so having someone else to meet up with would be a huge help. If you're a newbie or somebody willing to put up with a "slowbie", I'd love to hear from you.
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