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Monthly Archives: January 2007

Novice Triathletes Racing Too Much

Jan 31, 2007 |

Ray Fauteux wrote an article about novice triathletes racing too much. I believe that without realizing it, many new triathletes put success of their first Ironman at risk by racing far too much in the months prior. Here’s a good example: I had an inquiry from one of my site visitors who asked if competing […more]

Special Features of a Triathlon Bike

Jan 30, 2007 |

Low Jeremy wrote an article about the special features of a triathlon bike: One of the most common question, a triathlon beginner would ask is: “What is the difference between a triathlon bike and a road bike?” This is a very important question to ask since the two might appear the same. But deeper evaluation […more]

Ways to Avoid Injuries for Triathlon Beginners

Jan 29, 2007 |

While training for a triathlon, triathletes need to take care to avoid injuries. That especially applies to beginners, such as myself. Low Jeremy wrote an informative article, entitled Ways to Avoid Injuries for Triathlon Beginners. Beginning to train for a triathlon can be as hard as it sounds. Well, it means changing your usual everyday […more]

Sprint Triathlon for the Tough Hearted

Jan 24, 2007 |

Low Jeremy wrote the following informational article about sprint triathlons, called Sprint Triathlon for the Tough Hearted: Even the fittest and the toughest of the athletes do get some shares of pain during the triathlon race. Triathlon is simply a game of endurance. The only thing that one can do is to believe that somehow, […more]

Top 30 Foods for Swimmers

Jan 17, 2007 |

Today, my brother-in-law Dan sent me a list published on USA swimming, entitled Top 30 Foods for Swimmers. As a vegan, I can eat most of them, but not all. It listed the following items: blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, oranges, mango, broccoli, carrots, tomatoes, sweet potatoes avocado, spinach, mixed greens, potatoes, bananas, almonds, cranberries, oatmeal, granola, […more]

Triathlon Training for All Ages, Abilities, Athletes

Jan 5, 2007 |

Mike Herman writes the following article about triathlon training for all ages, abilities, and athletes: When it comes to professional triathlon training, athletes of all ages and any ability can benefit from a fantastic amount of information and techniques from a host of professionals from all over the sport. Whether you choose to utilize the […more]

When, Where, and How to Train for a Triathlon

Jan 1, 2007 |

Low Jeremy provides the following information about when, where, and how to train for a triathlon: Joining triathlon is one thing. Preparing for it is another. So, to avoid coming short on the finish line, you must prepare for it long before the competition starts. When Once you have the desire to join triathlon any […more]