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Triathlete stretching

On April 18, 2017 By

Does triathlete stretching have a place in your first Ironman or triathlon preparation?

Stretching Is one of those gray areas that nobody seems to really understand. Sometimes I watch people go through the motions just before a race and you can just tell they are unsure exactly what it is they are supposed to […]

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Triathletes can sharpen technique and maintain fitness by using an indoor bicycle training stand.

If you’re a triathlete and happen to live in a part of the world that has snowy, frigid winters than an indoor bicycle training stand better known as a wind-trainer might just be the perfect training tool for you. Your […]

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Triathlete in transition

On February 23, 2017 By

My book Triathlete In Transition is an inspirational and common sense guide for those new too triathlon.

There’s a reason why triathlon is one of the fastest growing sports on the planet. It has captured the imagination of so many because it’s a sport that has changed the lives of ordinary people all over […]

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Ironman bike pace

On April 14, 2016 By

Ironman bike pace impacts the marathon and final race result.

The 112-mile bike is the pivotal leg of the Ironman Triathlon. How your Ironman bike turns out begins with the way you manage your energy expenditure in the 2.4-mile swim before you even get on your bike. The energy you expend in the swim […]

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Ironman bike etiquette

On April 20, 2016 By

New to the Ironman? Here’s some Ironman bike etiquette to be aware of.

Being aware of some basic Ironman bike etiquette will make the race a lot more enjoyable and safer for everyone.

If you do enough Ironman races you’ll see people do some things that inconsiderate and at times downright dangerous during the […]

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