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A Healthy Guide to Sport: How to Make Your Kids Healthy, Happy, and Ready to Go (Ironman)

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51Zu2pNSOaL.jpgThis book provides a comprehensive plan that helps parents guide their children towards a healthy love of sports. It will show parents, and their kids, how to get involved in triathlon and other “lifestyle” sports that can be pursued for a lifetime.

“A Healthy Guide to Sport” will show you how sport can be the most enjoyable, healthy, and educational activity our children get to do.

Triathloning for Ordinary Mortals: And Doing the Duathlon Too

The ultimate distance race is within your reach—a completely updated edition of the now-classic work.This book was first published twenty years ago in the early days of the sport.

Triathloning for Ordinary Mortals: And Doing the Duathlon TooIt has continued to sell to beginners and recreational multisport athletes by showing them how, starting as a fitness novice, they can cross the finish line happily and healthily, and have fun doing so, without turning their lives upside down along the way.

Steven Jonas, a former nonathlete who began racing in middle age, now has over 160 multisport races—and two decades’ worth of evidence that his training program works—to his credit.

This twentieth-anniversary edition features a friendly, wider format; the latest advice on equipment, race choice, and preparation; and Jonas’s programs that will train you for standard-distance duathlons and triathlons on 3½ to 5 hours per week for 13 weeks. It even shows you how you can do the ironman distance.

25 Years Of The Ironman Triathlon World Championship (Ironman Edition)

25 Years Of The Ironman Triathlon World Championship (Ironman Edition)Ironman Hall of Fame Inductee Bob Babbitt And some of the world’s best photographers lovingly share images and stories from what many consider the Toughest Day in Sport, the Ironman.

With a foreword from legendary sportscaster Jim Lampley and an introduction from Ironman creator Commander John Collins, this beautiful book chronicles an event that started out with 15 crazy entrants in 1978 and now, 25 years later, is considered the ultimate goal for athletes worldwide and the ultimate showcase for endurance sports.