Wednesday, July 22, 2015

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The memory is crystal clear. There I was, on the couch, eating and watching TV. As I flicked channels, the 2007 Ironman World Championships started. I was captivated in disbelief as the commentator described the distances involved (Swim 3.8km, Bike 180km, Run 42.2km). I continued munching chips while asking myself ‘how does anyone do this?’

The following article is by Alex Murray. He's an ex-rugby player turned triathlete and now works as a fitness coach in the UK.  Alex has…

There are many different elements to recovery. Unsurprisingly, nutrition is one of the major ones. Though it’s clearly a crucial factor if you want to…

When it comes to Ironman distance events, PBs are invariably determined by the quality of the run. Sure, how well you perform on the…

  As with most events, there are many different race distances in the world of triathlon. If you are fairly new to triathlon and have…

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