Half Ironman Pre-Race Nutrition Protocol

author : mikericci
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photoWhat most athletes forget to realize is that all the training in the world will go down the toilet if the pacing or the nutrition plan isn�t executed properly.

So You Really, Really Want to I.Q.?

author : KevinKonczak
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photoAfter you have established the Ironman goal, the most important factor outside of the training is which race to choose? What is your best sort of course, hilly, rolling, flat?

Hills, Anaerobic training, and the Wisconsin IM

author : dara
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photoIt makes no sense to train hard for a year to hone that aerobic system only to have all that training undermined by a few anaerobic bursts on race day. So, how do you go about it?

Ironman Study Confirms Cycling’s Value

author : infosteward
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photoMore than any other factor – including distances in other sports, weight, height – time on bike proved important for faster performance.

Race Rehearsal Guidance for Ironman

author : Rich Strauss
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photoThe 112/4 Race Rehearsal Brick. If done correctly, the RR is usually no more stressful than a regular training ride, and that is probably the point.

Accessible Bike Nutrition - Q&A with Mark Allen

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avatarI can't get my gel pack out of my back pocket and then get it open to eat! I know this sounds really beginnerish, but what tricks or tools can I use to be able to have my food more accessible?

Long Distance Bike Nutrition - Q&A with Mark Allen

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avatarMy question is on nutrition in a long race. Most intake will occur on the bike, but I'm curious as to the details. I didn't do real well in this area last year and really need to improve.

Your First Ironman - Nutrition Guidelines

author : dara
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photoPlaning a successful nutrition strategy of fueling for your first Ironman triathlon.

Your First Ironman: A How-To Guide

author : dara
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photoA guide that takes you from check-in to the finish line for your first Ironman triathlon.

Interview with Ironman Pro, coach, and author Gordo Byrn

author : trilover
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photoByrn won’t hold your hand through the long hours and miles required finishing or for success in an IM, he can only show you how to get there. The work is up to you.

Your First Long Distance Triathlon – What’s for Lunch?

author : BrianPBN
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photoAs every veteran athlete can attest, a non-existent or ill planned ‘race meal plan’ will leave you falling far short of your goals or even worse, in the medical tent.

This is, after all, Ironman.

author : ewkfit
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My training was taking off. I had never felt stronger. I was making bigger strides than I ever had. I was stronger and faster than I had imagined myself ever being.

Hungry and in Pursuit...Once Again

author : trilover
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photoInterview with three-time Ironman World Champion Peter Reid

Interview with Ironman World Champion Tim DeBoom and his wife, Ironman Wisconsin Champion, Nicole DeBoom.

author : trilover
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photoTriLover recently had the opportunity to interview Tim and Nicole. Read what the DeBooms had to say about triathlon, their support for each other and life.

Interview with 26 Year-old IM Star, Clas Bjorling

author : trilover
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photoClas Bjorling is making his mark on the sport of triathlon at a young age. Bjorling has stormed onto the Ironman distance circuit with recent impressive results.
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