Triathlete

HOW TO GET YOUR HEAD STRAIGHT

A strong body is important for a successful race day, but a strong mind trumps all, says Seth Rose, mental performance consultant and founder of Southern California-based Transition Performance.

“There are a lot of unknowns at your first race, and those can cause stress,” Rose says. “Some

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