Beginner Triathlete - Beginners articles

author : mamakt
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Be a better mother/wife/employee by putting yourself first.
author : rautorino
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Does it matter how fast you go? Does it matter if you win? No. It only matters that you tri your best and smile when you cross the finish line.
author : Glenn
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avatarWithout a doubt, we begin to notice patterns in our training performances. We notice when our good and bad days repeat themselves in our logbook.
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avatarSo how do you turn a weakness into strength? It begins with effecting a fundamental change to your triathlete self-image.
author : Michael
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avatarI heard an athletic trainer say that in life we have many setbacks. The key is to overcome these setbacks, but the question is how?
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 : kanoelani
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avatarMy first experience as a triathlete and my post-season plan.
author : malvey
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avatarAdvice on how to get started with a fitness lifestyle - for parents and grandparents.
author : gsmacleod
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avatarAn overview of planning and implementing the first month of a beginner program.
author : Akuma
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avatarA bike is NOT a piece of metal with a couple of wheels at either end and a steering thing to stop you running over old ladies. No! ... a bike is a space-age “weapon of mass confusion.”
author : gsmacleod
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avatarThe story of how I lost 60lbs and decided to start training for a triathlon.
author : Andrea
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photoI'm on the other side of the college-student desk. I'm the one with the red pen in my hand. Those of us with schedules that change from day to day actually have an advantage, I think.
author : Glenn
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photoI have seen cyclists go to a bike shop the day before a race expecting their problem to be fixed, only to be told the shop cannot complete the job in time.
author : Akuma
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avatarI am 28 now, hardly an old crony, but life in busy Sydney Australia has meant my belly is softer than the excuses I use to convince myself I am in good shape.
author : robinskj
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photoA busy, fat lady gets hooked on Tri's. You can too!
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