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Articles about triathlon.

By: Ray Fauteux
If its your first time adding weight training to your fitness program, you may not be quite sure of proper weight room etiquette.Hopefully I can offer a few suggestions that may aid you in avoiding a (read entire article)
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By: Ray Fauteux
Your first Ironman race-swim. You've come so far and now the big day is here. The beach is so crowded. You look around with apprehension, self-doubt and possibly just plain fear. Your heart is racing (read entire article)
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By: Ray Fauteux
Here are a few bits of information I've thought of along the way that may be helpful to you. Please read them. Some are extremely important and could have a profound effect on your Ironman effort..... (read entire article)
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By: Ray Fauteux
I truly believe there comes a time in everyones life when they're faced with an opportunity to do something special for themselves that may require them to be a little selfish. As much as you may love (read entire article)
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By: Doug Wilson
In most of the races I've participated in, there will be rows of bike racks set up and numbered. Your spot may be pre-determined by your race number and you may have no choice about where you are to s (read entire article)
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By: Doug Wilson
If you are wearing a triathlon wetsuit for the race, one of the first challenges is taking the wetsuit off quickly. Because the suit is wet coming out of the water and probably tight-fitting, it can b (read entire article)
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By: Brad Nelson
The Western world is gradually listening, receiving and applying simple, primitive and more effective training methods from the archives of the Eastern bloc. Kettlebells (KB's) have already become th (read entire article)
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By: Dale Lawrence
Running is the last event in an IronmanIn 1974, when the San Diego Track Club held the first one in modern history, triathletes would run first, than bike, and then swam. Running came first because it (read entire article)
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By: Dale Lawrence
Cycling Success depends on finding the right bicycle for youDepending on the type of Triathlon you're interested in competing in, the amount of time spent on your bike will differ. You'll end up cycli (read entire article)
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