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iStock 000003393359XSmall Training for a Triathlon – Becoming the Best Just Got Easier!

If you’ve just started training for a triathlon then you’ve come to the right place. I’ve got plenty of free material to get you started!

A triathlon consists of 3 parts:

  • Running
  • Biking
  • Open Water Swimming

To become a master at the triathlon you must have a good triathlon training workout routine.

It’s not difficult to begin a training regimen and if you’re looking for some helpful training tips you need to check out…

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The Value of Positive Thinking

Posted by Angie On June 16th

Having just wrapped my blog series about the 5 Easy Steps to Mental Training, I think…

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…now is a good time to review the value of positive thinking.

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Mental Training – Tip 2 – Confidence!

Posted by Angie On May 5th

Confidence in sport is achieved though success.

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Often we feel a greater sense of self worth when we are confident and a diminished sense of ability when we aren’t.

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6 Heart Rate Training Tips You Should Know

Posted by Angie On April 13th

If you’re interested in knowing exactly what’s involved in Heart Rate Training, here’s…

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6 Heart Rate Training Tips You Should Know:

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Over the last 5 blog posts, I’ve reviewed very specific concepts to help you…

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…understand heart rate training.

Here are some other factors to consider when evaluating your heart rate values:

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If you’re serious about Heart Rate Training, you’ll want to assure you have…

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…a solid understanding of training intensities and target heart rate zones.

Here’s the breakdown:

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6 Tips for Successful Triathlon Training

Posted by Angie On February 16th

If you’re considering triathlon training, or fitness training – in general…

Thinking of Training 6 Tips for Successful Triathlon Training

I’d strongly recommend you consider these 6 Tips for Successful Triathlon Training:

  1. Goal Setting
  2. Create Immediate Goals
  3. Set a Baseline
  4. Learn from Mistakes
  5. Plan Your Training
  6. Go Go Go!

It’s really important to me that you enjoy what you do, do it properly, and practice with purpose.

If you feel I can help you in anyway, please review my web site at: www.GearedUp.biz, contact me, or download my free eBook “6 Easy Tips for a Successful Triathlon Training Year.”

Here’s to your success!

– Angie

Triathlon Training: Tip 6 – Go Go Go!

Posted by Angie On February 10th

Finally, with your plan set up…

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This is the sixth tip in my series “6 Easy Tips for a Successful Triathlon Training Year” which is also available in a FREE eBook at www.GearedUp.biz/ebooks/.

it’s time to put it into action and monitor your progress.

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50 Ways to Identify Triathlon Obsession

Posted by Angie On February 3rd

If you enjoy preparing for, and participating in, triathlons…

Triathlon Training 50 Ways to Identify Triathlon Obsession

…as much as I do, then you’ll enjoy this blog post by Spence Smith called:

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