Just how tight can a wetsuit be!!!?

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10/06/2004 at 12:31
Never tried body glide - anyone know where to get it?
Meanwhile I was suggested the following trick last year. Put a plastic bag over each arm/leg as you get into the suit. This is a lot easier.
Doesn't help in removing the suit in a race though - hence bodyglide. I used babyoil as a one off - but not a good idea........
10/06/2004 at 12:40
there's a thread about it in gear
10/06/2004 at 12:49
maybe it's me but I think babyoil is always a good idea......................I'll get me coat
WildWill    pirate
10/06/2004 at 13:17
not on 2005 thread as i've deferd TLD till next year - so will be doing that

working at getting fit enough just to get round florida - had first staedy / continues swim yesterday - just did 1250m in 23mins (but only 3rd time in water this year) will only take a few weeks to get back distance
10/06/2004 at 13:19
wonder if lard would be OK to use??
10/06/2004 at 13:20

(literally for TLD, as in goose)

anybody who's anybody will be at Switzerland.... we can discuss this further when I get you cornered on the flight to the US.

How about the Vitruvian (nice little half IronMan) as a warm up for florida??
10/06/2004 at 14:46
Snugg wetsuits based in Newquay are very popular up here in Scottish triathlon clubs. See their website www.snugwetsuits.co.uk - you send them a number of body measurements and you get the perfect custom-made fit.
10/06/2004 at 14:56

"1250m in 23mins"
That aint bad considering you havent swum

I average at about that speed anyway.

How is the running and cycling?
10/06/2004 at 15:05
caspar - just tried to mail you through your profile but your e-mail address got bounced (failed - maybe out of date?) - can you drop me an e-mail via my profile...

WildWill    pirate
10/06/2004 at 16:29
tis the cycling im worried about - if i get the swim & bike sussed. ill crawl the marathon if i have 2

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