London Triathlon 2011 gallery.Recovery RulesYou can expect a few aches and twinges in the first few days after the event. Kickstart your recovery by tucking into a nutritious meal packed with protein and carbohydrates. Ease off training for the following
first and perhaps look for a sprint triathlon three to four weeks afterwards," says Lumley....or go longIf you've just done a sprint or super-sprint, it's a good idea to target a longer race as part of your recovery. "Some longer, easier swimming should
I have played rugby in the past, but the last two years i have been triathlons and recovery from ops.
Am becoming more interested in running seriously as would like to take part in a triathlon. I have knee injurys which will be operated on this month after this it will be recovery and serious training for my first triathlon in june 2007.
I'm planning on starting a triathlon training plan but am still struggling with sore shins after completing a 10k a couple of weeks ago. I wondered if anyone had any suggestions either on how I can speed up my shin recovery (I presume I have shin
. Training should build up your fitness but to do this it must first break you down to some extent. After hard workouts your body needs rest to recover and this encourages it to overcompensate and so become stronger. Recovery sessionsIf you are used
great fully recieved ! I would look at some triathlon plans and use the swim sessions as recovery ... look dor a 1/2 IM schedule but increase the bike miles from where you are now and it should fit Thanks for that ill have a look !
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I'm moving to Lyneham in Wiltshire in a few weeks and would like to find a triathlon club that welcomes beginners. Anyone out there who knows of such a club? Not in that area sorry, but as people will read this may I take the opportunity
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