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Triathlon cycling training?

Triathlon cycling training?

Hey guys ive done 4 olympic triathlons with my best time being a 2:03. Just wondering good training methods as far as cycling is concerned. With running I always switch it up. I do intervals, sprints, longer runs, shorter runs, etc. Can this be applied to cycling as well?? I tend to cycle the same way every time. Just hold 20 mph, listen to my tunes, and breathe. I usually Read the rest of this entry

Triathlon cycling training?

Triathlon cycling training?

Hey guys ive done 4 olympic triathlons with my best time being a 2:03. Just wondering good training methods as far as cycling is concerned. With running I always switch it up. I do intervals, sprints, longer runs, shorter runs, etc. Can this be applied to cycling as well?? I tend to cycle the same way every time. Just hold 20 mph, listen to my tunes, and breathe. I usually Read the rest of this entry

Triathlon cycling training?

Triathlon cycling training?

Hey guys ive done 4 olympic triathlons with my best time being a 2:03. Just wondering good training methods as far as cycling is concerned. With running I always switch it up. I do intervals, sprints, longer runs, shorter runs, etc. Can this be applied to cycling as well?? I tend to cycle the same way every time. Just hold 20 mph, listen to my tunes, and breathe. I usually Read the rest of this entry

Reduce & Avoid Common Running Injuries by Newton Running

This is an article from the Newton Running Shoe website. I figure at least 60% of the guys up at Ironman Canada this year were wearing them. I’ve been using them as well but unfortunately my hulking carcass and slightly gimpy knee doesn’t like them for long training – but I hope to get some solid tempo training in with them this winter.

Newton Running Shoes

Efficient form and lightweight shoes are the keys to staying healthy

By Danny Abshire, co-founder, Newton Running

Do you think a running shoe with a thickly cushioned heel pad and rigid medial post can keep you from suffering common running injuries such as plantar fasciitis, iliotibial band syndrome or shin splits? Think again.

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TriathleteFood Twitter Post: Like your beef? Read this…

TriathleteFood: RT @richroll: Like your beef? Read this…Scary NY Times piece on flawed beef inspections. #plantstrong NY Times Article
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