Beginner Triathlete - Triathlon Injuries articles

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photoIs low resting heart rate concerning? How does it affect heart rate zones?
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photoRecurring illness is a continuing source of frustration, and seems to be caused by training.
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photoWhat are the activity restrictions when recovering from a ruptured eardrum?
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photoI am about to begin a six month course of chemo. I am bound and determined to continue full steam ahead with training for next year's roster of events. Can I train under these conditions?
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photoI have now been one month without testosterone and I think that has been the cause of muscle soreness, slow recovery after a good workout, cramps, mild muscle pulls, etc.
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photoDo you find that your heart-rate drops and your breathing gets labored during a workout? This may be a sign of overtraining, undernutrition or even heart disease.
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photoI had my pancreas removed four months ago, I’m doing some exercise, struggling with the diabetes, and my usual slim frame is putting on weight and I don’t ever seem to feel full up after eating
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photoPre-diabetes is a very common and treatable condition. Through your physical activity and appropriate diet choices, you have already taken many steps to delay or avoid progression to type 2 diabetes.
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photoDr. Kathy Coutinho’s presentation will discuss how to attain ultimate form and balance to maximize your body’s athletic function, includes many techniques for injury prevention.
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photoHow do you know the difference between muscle soreness and an injury? Learn several techniques to alleviate muscle soreness after a hard workout.
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photoDoes wearing minimalist shoes put more stress on the ankles, shins and knee joints with the loss of padding from conventional running shoes?
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photoHow long does it take to heal a stress fracture? How should my training look when trying to get back into it?
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photoTips on the treatment of chronic muscle soreness
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photoStress fractures are one of the most feared injuries in the realm of endurance sports and they are also one of the most common sidelining injuries that such athletes face.
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photoFeeling bloated during training and racing is a common concern with endurance sports like triathlon. More salt or more water? Read more!
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