It’s Saturday, July 21, 2012, about 7 weeks out from Rev3 Ironman at Cedar Point. My two kids have their summer swim club conference swim meet today at 9 AM, so time is a hot commodity today. I will be in a nice toasty indoor pool area today from 9AM to 4 PM. I decided earlier in t
Tuesday AM Tri Tornadoes Team workout was a 30 min bike ride followed by a 30 min run. Jeff, Heather, James, Shelley, Alan and Jim joined Coach Todd for the workout. We rode out to the 1 mile oval in the neighborhood behind the YMCA for some practice on speedy turns and holding a ra
Well…It was one of those weekends. Long 80+ mile bike ride on Saturday. Follow it up with a strong 12 mile hill run in the heat of the day on Sunday. Speaking of sundae….We were over at some friends house on Saturday Night. Yummy homemade ice cream and brownies….
Triathletes tend to be a little obsessive. That’s the nature of a sport that has athletes setting out to swim, bicycle and run demanding distances — all in the same day. If you’re going to put yourself through that kind of ordeal, you’d better be in top shape.
The Triathlon Transition Hazen Kent – Tri-Newbies Online The triathlon transition. Triathlon’s version of a “Chinese fire drill.” The triathlon transition can be crazy, chaotic, and perhaps even frantic. Awareness and timing are essential. Tempers have been known to flare as te
When you begin your swimming training there are many points to keep in mind. The first is relaxation. You may not be very comfortable in the water; you may have bad memories of swim lessons. The swim portion of a triathlon is normally done in open water in a crowd. You will be jostled