Triathlon Training With Injury

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An injury can happen to anyone, and can easily put a large dent in your training plan execution. It can be mentally challenging going into a race knowing you have missed one of the most important workouts leading up to it. So what can  you do when the damage has been already done? How do…

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4 Tips To Improve Transition From Bike To Run

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  Often times us athletes become so focused on the big picture, and sometimes overlook the little things that could help us improve our overall race experience and time. Here are some tips you can immediately start implementing into your training and racing that can help with the struggles in the early stages of the…

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Enduring The Heat With Nuun

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Moving from Chicago to Phoenix can be pretty shocking for anyone. Especially an endurance athlete arriving in the hot desert in May, just in time for the valley’s hottest months of the year. Coming out of the Winter and Spring the 57°F felt very pleasant when leaving Chicago, three days later when arriving in Phoenix…

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4 Simple Tips for Faster Bike Split

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As beginner triathletes or first time Ironman athletes we tend to get intimidated by the distance that we will have to cover on race day. Training rides often times become about beating our own personal records in regards to the distance and simply trying to survive the planned milage. Here are four training tips to…

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9 Qualities of Highly Successful Ironman Triathletes

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1. They treat their training as seriously as they would their job Although training for an Ironman Triathlon does not require the same time commitment as a full time job, it does take the same attitude and respect. You have to be proactive, consistent, and reliable. Think of it as a long term project that…

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