weight for triathlon

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21/06/2006 at 20:00
kit is trial and error - go to a tri shop and try but they may need to get larger sizes in...........a lot of tri kit doesn't go bigger than XL so you may have to lose some weight first!!

wetsuits - these have to be tight so again you need to try but you can buy custom made wetties............

tri specific shops are best

don't worry about Plumbweight - he's old and crotchety
Iron Mike    pirate
21/06/2006 at 21:18
I started off as an 18 stone front row forward, so not far off what you are now. Just did it bit by bit. 6 years, a London marathon and 5 Ironmans later i'm 12 stone 7lbs and a lot happier.

Important thing to remember is that you aren't going to change over night. Set yourself realistic goals and have the long term vision to see where you want to be in a few years time.

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