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Beginner's Triathlon Guide by RollinThunder Facebook Posted Fri 20 Aug 2010 2:16pm Are you looking to participate in your first triathlon? While there are many different races and distances that you can compete in depending on your fitness level, there is only one real requirement to participate in a triathlon -- a can-do attitude that will carry you through the training required to participate in a race. There are several d ... Read on »
Your Triathlon Training Guide On Top of A Mountain by bengreenfield Facebook Posted Fri 21 May 2010 5:06pm This story is from the Rock Star Triathlete Academy at http://www.rockstartriathleteacademy.com/freevideogift. Imagine a triathlon like the journey to the top of a tall mountain. There are six competitors in this journey, and at the top of that mountain is a triathlon training guide - a seasoned endurance athlete with the ability to ... Read on »
Free Mark Allen Webinar: Beginner's Guide to Triathlon Training by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 27 Apr 2009 10:03pm Athletes and coaches will not want to miss out on this FREE webinar presented by Mark Allen and Luis Vargas that will include understanding how to use heart rate to set your training zones, how to maximize your racing by varying your training throughout the season, what to expect with speedwork and the importance of tapering down your trai ... Read on »
A Girly Girl's Guide to Triathlon Training by Heidi A. Posted Mon 09 May 2011 8:04pm I'm typically the type of girl who always wears make-up, has to have my hair cut exactly every 8 weeks, and cares how cute and what color my workout clothes are. Call me superficial but we all have our vices. Don't get me wrong, I don't mind sweating and getting dirty. And I'm definitely not the one applying lipstick in T2 just for my Ir ... Read on »
Book review: Friel’s new book 'Your Best Triathlon' is a great reference tool & guide to smart training by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Tue 18 Jan 2011 9:09am Joe Friel’s new book “Your Best Triathlon: Advanced Training for Serious Triathletes” takes his Training Bible series to a new level of sophistication and detail. Friel writes from a coach’s perspective, tackling all race distances in a well-organized, easy-to-follow format. Friel, a veteran coach of more than 30 years, offers a vast know ... Read on »
Getting Started with Triathlons (guest post). by Carla B. Patient Expert Posted Thu 26 Apr 2012 5:00am Hi MizFit readers! My name’s Jess. I blog over at Jess Runs and I’m really excited to hang out with you today! If you’re a long time reader of MizFit, you know this blog is all about not having to fit in to one style of working out or another. Well after having been a dedicated runner for six years, I am taking a step off the ... Read on »
Minimalism, Partying, and Shutting Up : The 8 Steps I Took to Become a Better Runner by Jason Fitzgerald Posted Wed 16 Feb 2011 9:17pm Thanks for stopping by Strength Running! Don't forget to for automatic updates about dominating your running. There comes a time in every runner’s life when their knowledge of the sport gels. Understanding different elements of training that will help you become a better runner is ... Read on »
Who is Colorado's healthiest executive? by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 26 Jan 2009 3:43pm They are Colorado' s biggest business movers and shakers, but can they move it and shake it as amateur athletes, and lead their employees to better health by example? They are Colorado' s biggest business movers and shakers, but can they move it and shake it as amateur athletes, and lead their employees to better health by example? The Int ... Read on »
Can you guess what the oracle of triathlon will say when seek his advice? by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Sat 22 May 2010 7:00am Imagine a triathlon like the journey to the top of a tall mountain. There are six competitors in this journey, and at the top of that mountain is a triathlon training guide - a seasoned endurance athlete with the ability to address all the issues that the competitors had getting to the top of the mountain. Every triathlete struggles wit ... Read on »
Triathlons history by Rob Whitehead Patient Expert Posted Thu 23 Apr 2009 5:26pm Triathlon Author: Stan Reents. Twenty years ago, triathlon was considered an insane event that appealed to only the most hardcore of athletes. In 1995, about 50,000 Americans entered a triathlon event. Today, that number is closer to 200,000 annually. Even health clubs are now offering triathlon classes. Training like a triathlete is appea ... Read on »