Not knowing when to take a rest from Ironman training can lead to Ironman burnout and have an adverse effect on your race results.
For many, reaching the Ironman finish line just once is their main objective and often Ironman burnout prevents them from getting there.
There’s no doubt that becoming an Ironman is […]Continue Reading →
Women triathletes and weight training for optimum results
Gaining a competitive edge is very possible when women triathletes incorporate weight training into their race preparation.
There are many who believe there is nothing to be gained by women hitting the weight room in order to improve as triathletes. However that’s a myth and weight […]Continue Reading →
Over the years the women of triathlon have come a long way
In the early days of the Ironman it was mostly men who took part in the race. Lyn Lemaire was the first woman to complete the Ironman distance. That was in 1979 and because she was the only woman in the race […]Continue Reading →
Do Real Ironman Triathletes shave their legs?
For many an Ironman triathlete shaving their legs for the Ironman is not just a tradition, it’s a ritual and in many ways a “right of passage.”
It is a sign that one has truly arrived on the Ironman Triathlon scene. “If my legs are smooth, stand […]Continue Reading →
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Each time we go into a new year the sport of Triathlon picks up more and more speed and continues to take the world by storm.
Each year new races are born.
With every passing race, more observers become “Ironstruck.” More people move from the sidewalk […]Continue Reading →
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