GOALS: Setting Them & Staying Motivated

author : Ontherun
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photoMaking goals achievable is an important part of reaching our end goal. Also, having a bar that is set high is important, so we are always striving for something better.

It Takes Heart Part 3: From Triple Bypass to Triathlon

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photoMy goal is always to lead by example, and after running the marathon and becoming a volunteer in my hospital's cardiac unit I looked for another way to inspire people. Hello, triathlons!

It Takes Heart Part 2: From Triple Bypass to Triathlon

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photoIf a heart patient can do these things, then so can those of you who haven't been split open like a fish and sewn back together.

People Who Get What They Want: What Are They Thinking?

author : Team BT
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photoTake some time right now to think of at least three great reasons why your goal is worth achieving. Make them specific, powerful, exciting, and inspiring.

Psychological Effects of Exercise

author : ciarac
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photoThe psychological benefits of aerobic exercise are numerous: mood enhancing, reduced anxiety and depression and also stress reduction.

The Whole Shebang

author : sport88
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photoThe mental, the physical and all the rest. I have come to realize one of the most important sides of sports is mental.

Invite Failure

author : c.krishnan
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photoWe must all be aware that success attained in one single effort will have only a short span of life. Because success achieved without any strain or struggle cannot last long.

Triathlon Changed My Life.

author : jsanko
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photoLike many of you, my knowledge of triathlon at that time was restricted to the Hawaii Ironman and when my friend put this idea forward I shrugged it off as being absurd.

Everybody's Tri'in It

author : bflrich
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photoYou don’t need to be naturally blessed in the sport, have oodles of free time to devote, or buckets of money to throw at equipment, and you certainly won’t be alone.

Body Image is the Key

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photoYour self-image serves as the operating instructions of your subconscious computer. If you don’t change the operating system, you will be doomed to repeat your past mistakes.

The 5 Minute Rule of Training

author : Ontherun
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photoMotivation can be hard to come by some days. Here are a few things I have learned to help stay focused.

California - Tri Dreamin'

author : docgill
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photoOne year ago I was 90 pounds heavier and dreaming of being able to walk without a wobble. I never considered doing a triathlon.

Spiritual Triathloning

author : Team BT
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photoThe day that I decided to participate in a triathlon really changed my view of my own obstacles of matching the mind to the body and the spirit to contribute to society.

Resolution or Revolution?

author : sekhmet
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We can no longer say “I’ll start training next year” or “let me just get through the holidays”- it IS next year and I, for one, am more than through with the holidays.

I Resolve: Ten Great Incentives to Make Your Resolutions Stick

author : malvey
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photoIncentives for making and keeping resolutions for your next year.
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