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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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Push yourself too hard and Ironman over training syndrome could end your career.

It would probably be not far off the mark to state that a good majority of endurance athletes suffer from obsessive/compulsive behavior of varying degrees.

Instead of succumbing to drug or alcohol addiction they channel their obsessiveness into endurance sports. I […]

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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 might be holiday time but there are plenty of options when it comes to Ironman Triathlon Winter weight training.

There are several important training regimes you can focus on during the winter that will pay dividends when your next Ironman Triathlon race comes around and weight training is one of them. If your […]

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Triathlon Winter Bike Training

On December 31, 2015 By

Living in a city where winters are cold and snowy doesn’t mean you can’t get in some excellent triathlon winter bike training.

As a matter fact, experiencing some of your most efficient and productive triathlon bike training is possible without ever taking your bike outside. Besides, when you bike train inside you don’t have to […]

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Triathlon training and racing is for everyone and not just those who have Ironman on their mind.

Their is a misconception out there that leads those new to the world of triathlon that if you don’t do the Ironman you somehow fail as a triathlete.

Nothing could be further from the truth.

Most people who […]

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Becoming a Triathlete

On January 31, 2015 By

Becoming a triathlete is not as hard as it might first seem.

As you watch from the sidelines as others swim, bike, and run their way to the finish line you might think that becoming a triathlete is beyond your capability.

Or perhaps as you watched you were inspired and most likely the first question […]

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Focusing on triathlon bike to run transition training makes for a better run on race day.

At the very least, if you spend some training time on your bike to run transition it will make your run experience more enjoyable.

Even if it doesn’t make your run time faster it will make if far […]

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When you are getting ready to take on the mother of all triathlons you might ask yourself…Is a fast Ironman Triathlon transition important?

It all depends on your circumstances going into the race and what you hope to accomplish.

I would say that it is vitally important to three groups of Ironman competitors in particular […]

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Doing most of your Ironman Triathlon training at home is not as implausible as it may sound.

There are many people in the world who do not have access to great roads and pathways to run and bike on.

Yet at the same time these people are just as captivated by doing the Ironman […]

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