Are Race Wheels Necessary For Triathlon? Q&A

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Fall Q&A Series

 

Triathlon is an exciting sport! There are so many components that need to be considered in order to have a great race…

It can be very overwhelming at times. Training, nutrition, gear… there is so much!

We see ads in magazines and online…

There always is the next best and greatest piece of equipment that is the secret to you having an awesome race.

Sometimes it is worth the investment, but many beginners like to get things like carbon fiber bikes and deep or disc wheels prematurely…

You want to consider your skills and fitness first… and eventually a time will come when a race wheel might be a good next step.

 

Speaking of next steps, don’t forget to grab your Training Plan so that you’re in control of your next race!

Hey! Leave us a VOICEMAIL with any Triathlon related question, and we may feature it in our next video!

Peter Kadzielawski

Peter Kadzielawski

Triathlon Coach at TheTriHub™
Peter Kadzielawski is a USA Triathlon Certified Coach. He also holds certifications in Sports Nutrition as well as Personal Training. As a 9x Ironman finisher himself who still remembers struggling through his first 5k run, Peter strives to inspire his clients and athletes to unleash their potential and rediscover new possibilities.

Since 2001 Peter has worked with individuals from many backgrounds, some taking up exercise for the first time looking for weight loss and toning, and others seeking guidance with a more extreme goal of training for an Ironman triathlon. Peter has published articles in the Competitor Magazine, some of his work was also featured by USA Triathlon, Golf Fitness Magazine and Colorado Runner website.
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Peter Kadzielawski

Peter Kadzielawski is a USA Triathlon Certified Coach. He also holds certifications in Sports Nutrition as well as Personal Training. As a 9x Ironman finisher himself who still remembers struggling through his first 5k run, Peter strives to inspire his clients and athletes to unleash their potential and rediscover new possibilities. Since 2001 Peter has worked with individuals from many backgrounds, some taking up exercise for the first time looking for weight loss and toning, and others seeking guidance with a more extreme goal of training for an Ironman triathlon. Peter has published articles in the Competitor Magazine, some of his work was also featured by USA Triathlon, Golf Fitness Magazine and Colorado Runner website.

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