Beginner Triathlete - From the Pro's articles

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photoThe goal of this column is to provide a unique, first-hand account of the long and challenging "process" of trying to make it as a professional triathlete, a process that often remains unseen.
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photoClearing my head after failing to finish
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photoGoing for broke in a race, as a pro or an amateur, can mean failure or exhilaration -- or both.
author : NDeBoom
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photoOur members chat with Nicole DeBoom on Ironman nutrition strategy, Ironman training philosophy, off-season focus, her 'secret' IM food, favorite races, and her new clothing line and race series.
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photoBeing a pro triathlete is even more boring than you might have thought
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photoMark will reveal blow by blow what took him from six devastating setbacks in the Ironman World Championships in Kona to the first of his six World Championship victories on the Big Island.
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photoI resolve to keep track of what I do. I resolve to get my act together as a swimmer. I resolve to enjoy the ride.
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photoA disappointing start to the season need not set the tone.
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photoOne of the important lessons I learned in my second year in the sport is that triathlon takes time to figure out.
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photoKyle looks back, halfway through his second pro season.
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photoWhat is so fun about blisters, sore muscles and chafing, anyway?
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photoInterviews from the January 22, 2011 EnduranceLive Consumer Show and Gala by Competitor.com
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photoThe backstory of becoming a pro, joining a team and working with sponsors
author : hillarybiscay
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photoOur members chat with Hillary Biscay on Ironman racing and training, fluid and nutrition setup, Ironman post race rest, massages, mental training, becoming faster on the bike and swimming.
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photoFor a pro, racing when you aren't 100% is counterproductive.
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