with it'." Only worry about your new, revised goals for the race when the immediate problem has been addressed.You could decide, for example, to see how close you can get to your personal best or whether you can do a fantastic run split? Just remember
gave birth to their first child on the weekend of his main race of the year, a World Championship qualifier. "I felt pretty conflicted - I had this race I was keen to run, but I really wanted to be there for the birth, being a good husband and father
to drying out, which can be uncomfortable for cycling and running." Whatever your triathlon vision, kit yourself out with the right eyewear both in and out of the water and you'll maximise your performance at the same time as maintaining your eye health.
and versatile, so out of the box it can be up and running in minutes, whatever your bike. The three-line display is big and easy to read and you can access any function by pressing one button. The computer is available in three colours and looks built to last
without extra oil or butter slashes fat and calories. Fettucine with Chicken and Vegetables This easy pasta dish will speed glycogen replenishment in your muscles after a run. Vary the chunky tomato-based sauce by using different vegetables: diced root
to save their leg strength for the hard work on the bike and run. Fair enough, but a slow, rhythmic two- or four-beat kick acts as a metronome, keeping the body level and helping to maintain a streamlined position. Zoggs' streamline kickboard (£12.71, www
because they want to save their leg strength for the hard work on the bike and run. Fair enough, but a slow, rhythmic two- or four-beat kick acts as a metronome, keeping the body level and helping to maintain a streamlined position. Zoggs' streamline
run through the soft-tissue area known as the perineum. If you support your weight on your sit bones, you should be OK. But some people don't ride that way, instead putting pressure on their perineum, which can damage the arteries and nerves
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