Getting Older, Day by Day

author : Nancy Clark
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photoDo you wonder how aging impacts performance—and what you can do to retain youthful fitness?

Five Ways to Succeed as a Triathlete and a Parent

author : BellaDad
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photoMoms and Dads, here are the five ways I’ve learned to succeed at triathlon and keep the peace at home.

Things that go Bump in the Night – Overcoming Fear of the Unknown

author : Jerrykyc
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photoThe cause of the sleeplessness could be anxiety to get out and compete but more often than not the inability to sleep is a fear of what might happen, of what might go bump out on the race course.

It's OK to Take a Step Back

author : dodgersmom
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photoAfter 7 years, I need a break, and it's not the end of the world.

Mommy Guilt

author : Jerrykyc
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photoThe goal in overcoming mommy guilt is to be able to train for and participate in triathlons while also being comfortable with the level of love and nurturing that must be given to the children.

The Fear of Failure - Part 2

author : Jerrykyc
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photoLike the fear of being foolish, the fear of failure is very common. The first step in overcoming the fear of failure is to define it. Once defined the steps to overcome it are not difficult.

The Emotional Benefits of Triathlons

author : writingrunner
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photoThe science behind the reasons that triathlons make us feel so good.

The Annual Exam with a Purpose

author : AMSSM
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photoThe purpose of the annual exam is to identify predisposing medical concerns that potentially can distract or diminish the training effectiveness of the triathlete.

The Seven Sports of Triathlon

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photoIf you're training your swim, bike and run, you're almost halfway there! This article explores what most athletes miss, and how to integrate it into your training plan.

Choosing the Correct Running Shoe Based On Foot Type or Why Not Just Go Barefoot?

author : AMSSM
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photoMost people believe that running barefoot is dangerous. Certainly, depending upon the surface, they would be correct. However, there is some suggestion that running barefoot may reduce injuries.

Triathletes Need Sleep

author : AMSSM
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photoSleep is one of your answers to keep the doctor away. But how much is enough sleep? We'll discuss the benefits of getting a proper amount of sleep and the risks of not getting enough.

Sedentary Athletes: Sitting & Weighting

author : Nancy Clark
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photoMany athletes burn far fewer calories than they realize; they are actually couch potatoes the majority of the day. These seemingly active people can be surprisingly sedentary.

Fatigue in the Endurance Athlete

author : AMSSM
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photoWorkout associated fatigue is our gauge of a quality workout program. But, excessive or debilitating fatigue adversely affects workout quality, limiting performance gains.

The Pregnant Triathlete

author : AMSSM
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photoInformation for training as a pregnant triathlete including physiological changes, nutritional and environmental concerns plus certain risks to avoid.

Body Image and Athletes

author : Nancy Clark
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photoAs a sports dietitian, I spend too many hours helping my clients find peace with their bodies. So what can you do if you are discontent with your body?
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