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Video: Lance Armstrong says he'll race Ironman triathlon and not just Ironman Kona Championships by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Sat 15 Aug 2009 10:06pm A tired but happy Lance Armstrong confirmed today that he' ll soon return to his first love: triathlon. After setting a new Leadville Trail 100 course record and of course winning the race, Lance Armstrong says he' s ready to return to not just biking, but also swimming and running. The seven time Tour de France champion confirmed that ... Read on »
Ironman Triathlon Watch Specifics : They're Important, Economical this will Thrilling Background by daniemeza Posted Sun 03 Feb 2013 8:54am A Timex Ironman Triathlon look at comes to mind for some when it comes buying of an important sport's keep an eye on. Justifiably, when the Triathlon unit has been connected by using athletics as the beginning twenty six years ago. The connection ended up being cemented around 1986 if Timex sign up together with the popular Ironman Triathlon s ... Read on »
How To Finish Ironman Triathlon Without Losing Muscle by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Tue 09 Apr 2013 7:54am Even though triathlon is the fastest growing sport on the planet, and the 1.2 mile swim, 112 mile bike, 26.2 mile run Ironman races sell out thousands of slots in just a few minutes, it can be a bit depressing when you realize that conventional triathlon training doesn’t really give you a nice body – and instead just makes you really sk ... Read on »
Six things they don't tell you about Ironman triathlon racing by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Sat 20 Feb 2010 7:00am No matter how prepared you are on race day for your Ironman triathlon, there are a few important issues you should know about that will help you have a smoother, happier race with fewer "surprises". So in no particular order, here are six things you may not know about Ironman triathlon. 1) The Volunteers Don't Have Built-In Auto-Banana Releas ... Read on »
Ironman Triathlon Lightning-Speed Recovery Secrets by bengreenfield Facebook Posted Sat 16 Oct 2010 6:44pm Researchers have suggested than an Ironman triathlon takes a minimum of 19 days recover, and possibly several more weeks or months. And boy, I used to be convinced they were right. For example, three years ago, I finished my fifth Ironman, and must admit that I was slightly annoyed at the intense pain that seared through my body ... Read on »
Video: The Sights and Sounds of Ironman Triathlon by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 16 Jan 2012 9:04am As you know, the Ironman triathlon is one of the most grueling races in the world with both amateurs and pros having to swim 2.4 miles, bike 112 and run a full marathon, and they must cover this distance in under 17 hours. So what's it like to take on this extreme test of body and soul. The professional triathletes like Chrissie ... Read on »
How To Train for Ironman Triathlon With Minimum Time Commitments by bengreenfield Facebook Posted Sun 25 Oct 2009 2:59pm If you have a deep desire and dream to cross the Ironman finish line, or you're simply a busy person with absolutely no time, passion or desire to neglect work and family for 2 hour pool sessions, 7 hour bike rides, and 3 hour runs, then then this article was written for you. Here is the key: there are 7 Crucial Principles that I have discover ... Read on »
Six Things They Don't Tell You About Ironman Triathlon by bengreenfield Facebook Posted Fri 19 Feb 2010 3:16pm No matter how prepared you are on race day for your Ironman triathlon, there are a few important issues you should know about that will help you have a smoother, happier race with fewer "surprises". So in no particular order, here are six things you may not know about Ironman triathlon. 1) The Volunteers Don't Have Built-In Auto-Banana Releasi ... Read on »
Is Ironman triathlon becoming the new sport of the 1 percent? by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Tue 13 Mar 2012 12:13pm Yesterday the Active newtwork announced that along with the Tour de France it was putting a dream triathlon camp called " Swim Bike Run with Lance & Friends ," that would let you train and even race with Lance Armstrong and IM triathlon super stars including Craig Alexander, Chrissie Wellington, Dave Scott, and Greg Welch to name a few. ... Read on »
RunnerDude's Gear Review: Timex Ironman Triathlon 150-Lap TapScreen by RunnerDude Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 17 Jun 2012 1:03pm As long as I can remember, Timex has been long associated with quality,  dependable and affordable time pieces. From my childhood, I remember the Timex commercials (back when they were 60secs not 15) with the "They take a licking and keep on ticking" slogan. The old John Cameron Swayze ads are still very vivid in my mind where they did everyt ... Read on »