Beginner Triathlete - Beginners articles

author : trys4dummies
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photoA guide for everything you need to know about T1 and T2
author : TeamMPI
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photoWhat are your thoughts on nutrition for a 3 to 3 1/2 hour Olympic triathlon?
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photoAs the weather warms up, it’s time to get your bike ready for riding outside. So let’s discuss what’s important from the time you pull your bike out until the time you park it after a ride.
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photoIf you haven't already, this is a great time to look at what you’ve accomplished and to start planning for 2015.
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photoMost swimming improvements happen in the pool with a focus on technique and building aerobic fitness, but don't ignore the need for open water familiarization. Here are three tips to reduce anxiety.
author : funkj25
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photoThe open water swim can be one of the scariest or most fun parts of your race. Use these four tips to take a little fear out of the water and turn it into more of an enjoyable experience.
author : Jerrykyc
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photoThere are many bicyclists out there who struggle through turns - slowing unnecessarily and being uncomfortable. Learn how to turn properly when riding your bicycle.
author : TeamMPI
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photoI just did a sprint triathlon and want to sign up for my first olympic in six weeks. Is this enough time to train?
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photoHave you finished your first triathlon and are about to do your second? This article will give you several tips to improve.
author : Jerrykyc
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photoDeciding to do a triathlon is a commitment. Some people just decide to do it and never think about training. Others come from a swimming, biking or running background and just fall into the sport.
author : garyhallsr
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photoThe preparation for the swim leg of the triathlon begins months ahead of the race with the proper training. Here are also tips to prepare for race day.
author : TeamMPI
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photoThe majority of new triathletes see the open water swim as their biggest stumbling block. Here are four steps to help you have a better swim experience in your first (or next) triathlon.
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photoIf you're a triathlete that competed in your first triathlon this season, you may be wondering what to do next.
author : Jerrykyc
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photoI am going to discuss why we do it. If you understand why, then these detailed lessons and tips become much more meaningful.
author : mnatwood
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photoDon’t give up just because the training is difficult. Don’t let fear win just because you find yourself uncomfortable.
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