Beginner Triathlete - Training articles

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photoJarrod Shoemaker, 2012 US Elite National Champion, discusses the importance of recovery for injury prevention.
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photoA panel of four triathlon coaches answers questions from the beginner to the Iron distance triathlete.
author : eric_kenney
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photoPart 1 of 3 on finding your weak areas and maximizing your time in winter.
author : mikericci
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photoI recently registered for Ironman Florida. My ambition and dream was to take part in an Ironman. Does this schedule set me up for burnout, or should I just build the distances in 2013 very gradually?
author : eric_kenney
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photoOwn your training! Coaches don’t read minds. You, the athlete, have to take action.
author : mikericci
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photoBrick workouts are one of THE most important parts of training that you should be doing. Read why and find example brick workouts for any distance.
author : juliapurr
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photoI am having a difficulty getting my heart rate up on my last workout. Is this a sign of overtraining?
author : jtriathlete
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photoI am finishing up with the 21 week Intermediate Olympic plan for my race this Sunday. I then have two sprint races scheduled each a month apart. what is my best plan for training the next two months?
author : mikericci
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photoAs a Masters athlete, recovery isn't as easy as in our youth. Here are tips on periodizing your build and rest weeks, recovery days and changing the long run and bike.
author : mikericci
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photoThere have been a few studies done on detraining. How quickly you lose fitness depends on how fit you are, how long you have been training, and how long you stop.
author : mikericci
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photoHow do you train for an A-race that is six months away? How do you peak for multiple A-races?
author : mikericci
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photoHow to plan a week of triathlon training so that you don't end up inconsistent, burnt-out or sick.
author : CoachCK
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photoSnowshoe running is a perfect form of winter cross training for athletes in colder climates. Here's what you need to know to get started.
author : Amy Kuitse
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photoYou may find your taper plan changing from week to week, based on how your body responds to the actual taper.
author : AMSSM
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photoThree sports medicine Doctors discuss the results of our user injury poll
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