From the monthly archives: March 2016

Ironman marathon nonstop

On March 29, 2016 By

Running the Ironman marathon nonstop is difficult to do.

It’s particularly demoralizing for seasoned distance runners who have difficulty running the Ironman marathon nonstop.

Maybe they have several marathon finishes to their name and perhaps they have even broken the three hour mark, but once they get to the Ironman things seem to go wrong.


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Your race will go smoother if you work on Common sense Ironman triathlon transitions.

Oh my God! I forgot my running shoes!

Yes, that’s happened before. A sleepy triathlete walks to the swim start area and gets all his numbering done and he’s wearing his favorite flip-flops. He forgot that he was going to […]

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Triathlon Run Training Tips

On March 11, 2016 By

Run smarter with these triathlon run training Tips

It was simpler back in the early days of Ironman. There was only one race.

The first thing to decide when it comes to the running component of your triathlon training is what your ultimate goal is. The distance of your triathlon is also […]

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It’s pretty difficult to compute an overall Ironman Triathlon average time.

It’s your first Ironman Triathlon. How long will it take you?

That’s a difficult question to answer because just how are you supposed to come up with an average time if you factored in a number of races.

For example, the result wouldn’t […]

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Ironman Triathlon breakfast

On March 31, 2016 By

Just how important is Ironman Triathlon breakfast?

There are several important considerations when it comes to making decisions on what to eat for your Ironman Triathlon breakfast on the morning of perhaps the biggest challenge of your life.

How well have you planned your carbohydrate loading in the days before the race? How many […]

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Ironman swim panic

On March 28, 2016 By

Are you dealing with Ironman swim panic

If there is one thing that scares many people new to the Ironman it’s the 2.4-mile swim. In the moments before the starting gun sounds there will be many, many people in Ironman swim panic mode.

Being terrified of the Ironman swim goes back to the early […]

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How do you define the ultimate Ironman Triathlon body

Do you have the ultimate body configured to handle the rigors of the Ironman Triathlon?

Are the attributes listed below indicative of what it takes to claim the perfect body for swimming 2.4 miles in the open water and biking 112 miles into the wind […]

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The swim start at Condado Lagoon began the race for spots in the Ironman 70.3 Puerto Rico results 2016.


The winners of Ironman 70.3 Puerto Rico 2015 were Igor Amorelli and Sarah Haskins but only Haskins would be on hand to defend her titles.

Amorelli was the only pro to break the four […]

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Ironman 70.3 Monterrey results 2016 feature thirty qualifying spots.

The top age-group finishers in the race will have the opportunity to win a qualifying slot into the Ironman 70.3 World Championship scheduled for the Sunshine Coast in the Fall of 2016.

The race begins in the Santa Lucia River with a 1.2-mile swim. The […]

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Ironman New Zealand Results 2016

Cameron Brown of New Zealand and Meridith Kessler of the United States top Ironman New Zealand Results 2016 with winning time of 8:07:58 and 8:56:08 respectively.

They both defended the titles they won in Ironman New Zealand 2015.

Both the male and female pro fields provided some […]

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