Triathlon Training Is Fun - Just another WordPress weblog

Triathlon Training Is Fun

Just another WordPress weblog

So you want to start…

open water swimming 3 Open Water Swimming: Make Sure You Have Fun While Training and Competing.

Open Water Swimming, probably in preparation for your triathlon.

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Whether you’ve just finished a triathlon or just signed up for one…

open water swimming 2 453x300 Open Water Swimming Tip 7 – Have Fun, That’s What it’s Really About

…the most important thing that you need to remember is to have fun.

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It’s the day of the big…

open water swimming Open Water Swimming Tip 6 – Count Buoys To Keep On Track.

…race, and being a little uneasy about open water swimming is a perfectly natural feeling.

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So you’ve been training hard and have finally made it to…

trial swim Open Water Swimming Tip 5 – Give Your Course a Once Over or a Trial Swim if You Can.

…Race day. How exciting!

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Once you’ve adapted your open water skills, you’ll want to practice some…

OpenWaterSwim 400x300 Open Water Swimming Tip 4   Practice Swimming in Open Water

…open water swims before heading to the start line.

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So you’ve started your…

triathlon swimming Open Water Swimming Tip 3   Triathlon Swimming: Repetition is Key.

…Triathlon swimming training regime.

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You’re in the open water swimming and you don’t…

open water sighting Open Water Swimming Tip 2   Dont Get Lost, Practice Open Water Sighting

…have a clue where you’re going!

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So you’re probably wondering, what in the world is…

bilateral breathing Open Water Swimming Tip 1   Breath Correctly Through Bilateral Breathing

…Bilateral Breathing?

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Practice and preparation, make your…

open water swimming tips 7 Open Water Swimming Tips That You Need To Know For Triathlon Season!

…triathlon race day swim a breeze.

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