PigHaving children anywhere near a triathlon is bound to corrupt them. All that Lycra... - SoVeryTiredI thought staying in and networking on Facebook is the new going out? I think text culture is interesting - how did people ever do any shopping
system that’s been used in triathlons for years, and is great for giving your training a long-term view," says Murphy. "Ideally you should only peak for one marathon a year, and two or three half-marathons and 10Ks. To demand everything from your body
determination saw steady progress. As for running, I have been a runner for over 20 years but I’ve only ever entered about five races in this time. In fact the most competitive running I had done was the three triathlons leading up to Ironman; and the Ironman
swim because I like gliding through the water free of the weight of my body and finding a peace in the rhythm and flow of exertion.I do triathlon because I have a credit card. bos1 Join the thread No thanks... Race Number Swap-Shop A man and a
It's no use just ploughing up and down the pool in a bid to become a more efficient swimmer. And you're probably going to need more than just a swimsuit, hat and goggles, too.Smart swimming certainly involves the element of raw determination, but a select set of training aids, al...
wetsuit £300. Entry into triathlon £40. Hotel the night before £50. Petrol to get you there and back £30.Parking £5. Looking like a t*t in front of all of you mates... Priceless. – Mrs T. Mouse Join the threadNo thanks...MONSTERS OF THE DEEPI'm thinking
triathlons, which led on to me eventually being sweet-talked by a bunch of RW forum nutters into entering the Switzerland Ironman in July 2005 - known to us all as IMCH. Well, I guess I wasn't sweet-talked into it that much, as I did a Half
dramatic turnaround..."I was 32 (feeling 52), three and a half stone overweight, an asthmatic ex-smoker, with high blood pressure and zero motivation... Then I heard the seven words that changed my life: "I've entered you for the London Triathlon"! " (Read
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