out where any triathlons are for beginners?I live in south glasgow so anyone with some inside info on clubs in this area would be much appreciated....or a general starting point for a beginner?Equipment.....another story too. What do you need etc
for swimming. It was a really nice crowd and definately welcoming for beginners. That grand was for three of us for a week. i think i agree with smithy though. if you're ironman training, you're doing it for 6 months or whatever, not one week. if you want
I have a question. Has anyone done this never having done a triathlon of any distance before hand? CRAB's first triatlon of any description was ironman Austria, he scaped home in 10hr 50ish. Another friend of mine did IMUK as his first tri
long term aim is sub 4 hour marathons, 1.40 half marathons, a few off road runs and xc racing.I have thought of competing at triatlon for some time, but knew I needed some sort of core fitness. Running and cross training has helped with that. I went
that some potential mentors wouldn't feel confident in their own physical performance enough to realise what they could impart to other beginners, especially with emotional support. Conversely other people who seem on a 2D level like 'Internet Pirate Gods
. I would consider her a heroine if she had finished the race - running, walking or crawling. What, more people posting a negative Paula post having never posted before. What a shocker! And a 'beginner', who presumably can tell us all about elite
footpath and I was dodging nettles and brambles, then I'm quite pleased with that.Have a good day all.Dave I am sad to say I know the lyricsWhat: brick session EASY AM + upperbody in gymride home PM EASYWhy: LOL I'm doing a triatlon for the first time
A | B | C | D | F | H | I | K | L | M | O | Q | P | R | S | T | W | AAero bars Padded elbow rests and extensions allowing a rider to lie flatter, reducing arm strain and wind resistance and increasing speed. Also known as tri bars. Aquabike A swimming stage followed by a biking s...
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