Beginner Triathlete - Ironman articles

author : mikericci
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photoThere are a lot of flavors to an Iron distance taper plan. Do you reduce the volume, the frequency or both? This article will go over some tried-and-true taper plans.
author : mikericci
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photoI'm a fairly good climber but don't want to blow up on the run. I'm 60 and have a FTP of 230 watts. Any suggestions?
author : Tre_bor
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photoIn this article I will list some mistakes that I made along with how to ensure you don't make them, I'll go over a few details on how to maximize your training time and talk briefly about nutrition.
author : leighdodd
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photoMy issue is that I am currently deployed and training outside is proving difficult, especially on the bike. I have found a safe 10km running loop but I am struggling with the bike training.
author : Tre_bor
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photoThe running aspect of an Ironman triathlon is a marathon. Most people take on a marathon as a single event and the training for this uses up a lot of their time. Here are some tips for the run.
author : Tre_bor
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photoThis is part three of a five part series on how to train for an Iron distance race. In this article I would like to try to offer up some information about how to get through the bike unscathed.
author : Tre_bor
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photoIn this month's article I will talk about swim frequency, pacing, technique, goggles, wetsuits, sighting, mass practice and open water training.
author : Tre_bor
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photoSo you want to become an Ironman?! Are you sure...? It's not a light undertaking. I will attempt to help you make it through without making too many rookie mistakes.
author : dilletaunt
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photoAnother year, another excuse in missing the Ironman 70.3 Lake Stevens triathlon.
author : ytriguy
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photoSome of the major mistakes I made over a 28-year career that I would do differently if I had it all to do over again.
author : EnduRight
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photoIron distance racing depends on the three pillars of pacing, nutrition and mental outlook. Training these three areas can significantly improve your race.
author : Rich Strauss
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photoHow important are bricks for half and full Iron distance triathlons? Here is one coach's opinion.
author : Curt Chesney
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photoCore temperature, hydration, liquid absorption and sweat rates: how they affect racing in the heat
author : Coach AJ
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photoUsing a high-volume schedule for many months is not the best tactic. Build speed and skill several months out, and then transition to a high-volume IM plan.
author : mikericci
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photoMy question is how do I train for the second Ironman race and continue to improve without "peaking" way too early, becoming stagnant or any of the other training bad words?
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