Beginner Triathlete - Beginners articles

author : mrmarkcole
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photoOr why an Ironman 70.3 may not be your best choice for your first triathlon.
author : seveerneb
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photoHow to consistently come in last place and enjoy it. By a real expert.
author : Ken
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photoDon't worry, you can't do anything that hasn't been done before. Read this article for some humorous insights of one triathlete's introduction to the sport.
author : brian1388
comments : 15
photoSomeone said that I would have to change in the transition area after the pool. Well OK, but it was maybe 45 degrees that morning. Yuck, all just part of the experience.
author : McFuzz
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photoLooking to do your first triathlon? Here is a look beyond the distances.
author : peteo
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photoHoney, great news. I just spent our kids’ college fund on a new bike! The sales guy said it will shave at least 3 seconds off my 40K time. Umm, honey why do you have a knife in your hand???
author : tmwelshy
comments : 15
photoIn February of 2004 I was a 270 pound 34 year old. I had the body of an out-of-shape, degenerate lineman. I was strong and muscular, but with a healthy dose of jiggle and even, dare I say it, wiggle.
author : javierg
comments : 3
photoNew to triathlons? Don't know what equipment is really necessary? This article describes the basic swim, bike and run equipment needs for first time triathletes.
author : Wooden Bell
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photoA look back at my first triathlon at Parlee Beach.
author : areyoux8
comments : 14
photoThis is the story of a beginner triathlete's life altering conquest of his first Ironman.
author : Mottyl
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photo I had read the articles on BT, I'd trained, and I thought I had prepared. There were, however, a few things that I didn't internalize despite what I'd been told.
author : newhomeowner
comments : 16
photoIf you’re reading this because you’re still not sure, sign up for just one triathlon – a short sprint.
author : Michael
comments : 8
avatarIt seems that the question arises most everywhere I go and it is usually comes from a 210-pound pot-bellied chain smoker. “Aren’t you to big to be doing triathlons?”
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photoMark Allen, six time Ironman Champion, answers the most common questions beginners have in getting into triathlons.
author : runrgrl2007
comments : 7
photoOne slight problem. I don't know how to swim at all. When I say 'at all', I don't even dog paddle because I am scared to death of water. But I am going to do this.
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