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Triathlon: How to Be the Best Triathlete

By Mike Rich

“Giving you tips on how you can make your better, best for your next Triathlon race. Read more now!” A grueling triathlon competition features miles of running, swimming and cycling. It is not for the weak. Don’t let the prospect of finishing the course intimidate you, however. There are tricks you can employ to ensure […]

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Triathlon Plus: Preparing Your Child for Triathlon

By Mike Rich

“Triathlon plus – your child wants to do Triathlon too? Below are tips on how to make them a winner. Read it now!” Training and preparing for three different sports in one can be a little more intimidating than deciding to do a kid’s running race or local 5K. Three sports are a little more […]

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Triathlon Blog: Off Season Training

By Mike Rich

“Looking into a Triathlon blog to answer some of your off season training questions? Look no further. Check this out now!” The off-season presents an interesting conundrum in that the more experienced and fit we become, the deeper our end of season recovery needs. As well, the greater our fitness at the end of our […]

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Triathlon Online: Most Asked Triathlon Questions Answered

By Mike Rich

“Preparing for your next race? Here are answers to the most asked triathlon online questions. Read more now!” Q. Do I have to ride my bike in a pair of briefs? A. You can change from your swimwear into your bike gear in the first transition from swim to bike but there are far less […]

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Used Road Bikes for Sale: How to Buy a Road Bike

By Mike Rich

“Looking into used road bikes for sale? Before buying one, make sure you read these tips. Check them out now!” You couldn’t pick a better time to shop for a new road bike. Today, manufacturers offer more models than ever in a wider variety of price points. And component companies make an exceptional array of […]

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Triathlon Events: Mastering the Bike to Run Transition

By Mike Rich

“Dealing with Triathlon events isn’t tricky but requires hard work. Learn how you can master the bike to run transition. Read it now!” Anyone who has ever competed in a triathlon or duathlon knows the horrendous feeling of heaviness in the quads as you leave the bike rack and enter the run. Your free-flowing running […]

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