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photoOne year ago I weighed 238 lbs. and got winded walking up one flight of stairs - literally. I ran across a brochure for a triathlon...hmm. It seemed like an impossible task, but I was intrigued.
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photoThe day of the triathlon was one of the best days of my life. I felt strong and healthy. Lots of friends and family came to cheer me on. The support was overwhelming.
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photoThere was a long run from the water to the transition area at the London Tri but I quickly found my bike and headed out onto the road.
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photoI started the Beginner Triathlete training program in earnest after Chinese New Year. I viewed the distances in the peak week with trepidation - how on earth would I manage it?
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photoThe toll of fate strikes as those with orange swim caps are beckoned to begin the journey. Ahhh, nothing like the feel of ice cold water seeping in your wetsuit to wake you up. GO!
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photoMy first reaction to wearing a skirt while running was, “are you crazy?” I am no girly girl. I then tried one of the newest skirts from Nicole DeBoom’s TRIKS line and I can tell you I’m hooked.
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photoWorking only on technique will not make a swimmer much faster; some work must be done at speeds and efforts that could cause technique to deteriorate.
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photoUSA Triathlon has announced that it will no longer sanction events owned by the World Triathlon Corporation (WTC) or Ironman North America (IMNA).
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photoHamilton has vowed to fight the allegations and “clear his name.” Is he guilty? You decide.
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photoA strong core will allow you to keep optimal body alignment for whatever you’re doing (swim, bike or run), and this in turn will reduce your fatigue in the long run.
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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.
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photoShin splints occur in up to 13.1% of all runners. Sixty-percent of those presented with this complaint have errors in training.
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photoThe day that I decided to participate in a triathlon really changed my view of my own obstacles of matching the mind to the body and the spirit to contribute to society.
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photoShanna Armstrong’s Journal Entry January 21, 2005 - The Race Across America
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