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photoDon't know how to take that rear wheel off of your bike? Is the chain making things difficult? Learn how to remove your rear wheel if you have to change your bike tire or fix a flat.
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photoThis part of the program is the conditioning phase using several bodyweight exercises including pushups, pullups, dips, squats and situps.
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photoTraining program for the minority triathlete wanting to put on some extra muscle mass to get buff for next years triathlon season.
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photoThis video tutorial will show you how to fix a flat tire and also how to change the tire itself. Don't wait until you're out on the course at the races to learn how.
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photoSee the Musselman, Mini-Mussel, the ITU Race and the Mussel Kids race video feeds, race reports and pictures.
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photoCoverage of the entire Mooseman Triathlon Festival with race video feeds, race reports and pictures.
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photoNot your typical review, but a review nonetheless. The first thing we triathletes need before any training can be contemplated is COFFEE! Learn how to make espresso for early morning workouts.
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photoHow to use the import and export feature of the training logs for training plan uploading, plan-building and other analysis.
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photoLots of updates in this version! Map your routes and elevation profiles of single sport workouts, bricks and races! Directly integrates into BT's training log to assign routes to workouts.
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photoThis article will show you how to configure your graphs, how to use them and will list the current free and performance member graphs available to the BT community.
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photoUsing the heart-rate and pace zone tracker for your workouts.
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photoTriathletes are not invincible. Some of us like to think we are, but that is just not true. Anything can happen to us in open water. So why not make sure you are prepared for an emergency?
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photoAre you doing everything you can to shave a few seconds off of your bike-to-run transition?
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photoHow do you know if your strength training is effective? Are you getting stronger? Several training log graphs can lend a clue.
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photoThe benefits of strength training and how to log your strength training, bodybuilding or weightlifting routine.
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I started this site 10 years ago after doing my first triathlon in 2001. My goal for this site is to get people healthy and happy. I firmly believe that triathlon is the best 'sport' for your body as it has less impact then the more popular single sport(running) while incorporating your upper body from swimming allows for a balanced-body approach to fitness.