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Triathlon: The Beginners Guide

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May 25, 2015
ISBN:
9781310147197
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Finish Your First Triathlon and Impress the Doubters Who Said You Couldn’t

Veteran Triathlon Coach with students in over 35 countries across the globe wants to add you to the First Time Finishers List.

Are you thinking about getting into triathlon or attempting your first race?

Maybe you’re curious about this whole “Triathlon” thing and want to know if its right for you?

If you've ever thought about doing a triathlon, you’re in the right place.

Triathlon: the Beginners Guide Will Be Your Trusted Guide

Triathlon can be confusing.

Let me help you get started.

Don’t be intimidated by skinny 20-somethings squeezed into lycra.
Don’t rush into dangerous amounts of joint-pounding training; risking your health.
Don’t be fooled into buying tons of expensive and unnecessary equipment.

The Beginners Guide will act as your road-map to Triathlon success.

It covers every aspect of your triathlon, including:

which Triathlon distance is right for you
how to swim and get over the fear of swimming in open-water, away from the safety and familiarity of your local pool.
becoming a fast (and safe) cyclist, without spending thousands of dollars on a professional-grade bike
how to run after you’ve just finished an instense bike ride
what to look for in a triathlon training plan, and how to tell if you should tear yours up on the spot
what you need to eat and drink; before, during and after your race
how to put it all together in the intense “transition area” and
how to survive race day nerves and the complex logistics of a triathlon race site.

I’ll Also Reveal these Nuggets of Triathlon Gold; Earned from Over 25 Years of Triathlon

the same “Six Periods of Training” I use with my $1000 per month one-on-one students
the simple truth about structuring your Triathlon training . . . no math formula or science PhD required
why “standard” advice about open-water swimming will leave you gasping for air while others swim over the top of you
the most powerful cure for fear of swimming ever known . . . and why it’s easier to fix than you’ve ever thought possible
the single little-known secret of triathlon training to dramatically reduce your risk of injury . . . by up to as much as 90%
the only list you’ll ever need for all your Triathlon planning
why most Triathlon coaches are 100% wrong in the way they approach race day
how to avoid the embarrassing mistakes even veteran triathletes make on race day

Start Your Triathlon Journey Today

Triathlons the Beginners Guide is everything a new triathlete like you needs to prepare for your first race and enjoy your first triathlon.

Cut through the confusion and guarantee a fun and successful first triathlon by getting your copy today.

About Terry Stevennson

Terry Stevennson has seen it all in Triathlon. Older than he’s willing to admit, Terry has helped thousands of folks just like you get over their first triathlon nerves and arrive at the Finish Line with a smile on their faces.

Pubblicato:
May 25, 2015
ISBN:
9781310147197
Formato:
Libro

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Terry Stevennson has seen it all in Triathlon. Older than he’s willing to admit, Terry has helped thousands of folks just like you get over their first triathlon nerves and arrive at the Finish Line with a smile on their faces.


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Triathlon - Terry Stevennson

Triathlon

The Beginners Guide

Finish your first triathlon; training tips and racing secrets to make you a faster triathlete

By

Terry Stevennson

Copyright © 2015

Claim your free bonuses at:

TriathlonBonus.com

Why You Should Read This Book

Triathlon: the Beginners Guide will be your road-map to Triathlon success. It covers everything you need, including:

• which Triathlon race distance is right for you

• how to swim and get over the fear of swimming in open-water, away from the safety and familiarity of your local pool

• becoming a fast (and safe) cyclist, without spending thousands of dollars on a professional-grade bike

• how to run after you’ve just finished an instense bike ride

• what to look for in a triathlon training plan, and how to tell if you should tear yours up on the spot

• what you need to eat and drink; before, during and after your race

• how to put it all together in the intense transition area and

• how to survive race day nerves and the complex logistics of a triathlon race site

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Remember, just by downloading this book, you get access to the exclusive free bonus Triathlon resources.

Claim your bonuses now at TriathlonBonus.com

Table of Contents

Why You Should Read This Book

Table of Contents

Legal Notes

Beginner’s Introduction to Triathlon

Triathlon Swimming

Triathlon Cycling

The Triathlon Run

Triathlon Transitions

Triathlon Training

Triathlon Nutrition

Preparing For Race Day

Surviving Race Day

About the Author

Legal Notes

This electronic book is protected under the Copyright laws. No part of this book should be used for re-sell or re-print either digitally or in print by anyone other than the legal publisher and author of this work.

Distributing and exploiting this material for commercial purposes is not allowed without the written consent of the author and publisher or without full monetary compensation for the author’s and publisher’s work.

Any infringement will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

THIS EBOOK DOES NOT AMOUNT TO MEDICAL ADVICE.

The contents of this book are for informational, educational and general research purposes only. This book will not diagnose any medical condition nor make any recommendations, suggestions for treatment or provide any opinions. The information provided herein does not represent or constitute diagnosis or treatment with respect to any particular patient. Only a licensed, qualified medical professional treating you is qualified to make specific recommendations regarding an appropriate course of therapy, treatment or procedure.

The author and/or the book does not recommend or endorse any specific tests, products, procedures, opinions, or other information that may be mentioned herein. Reliance on any information provided by the author and/or the book is solely at your own risk. You should consult your own physician or qualified health care provider regarding the applicability of any opinions or suggestions you receive from this book, and any questions or concerns you may have with respect to your symptoms, medical condition or health care decisions. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking medical advice because of something that you have read herein.

THE AUTHOR ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR HOW MATERIAL OR INFORMATION FROM HEREIN IS USED. THE AUTHOR AND THIS BOOK EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM ALL RESPONSIBILITY AND LIABILITY ARISING FROM YOUR USE OF OR RELIANCE ON THIS BOOK AS A REFERENCE SOURCE, AND FOR INFORMATION PROVIDED HEREIN, AND ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITY OR LIABILITY FOR ANY CLAIMS THAT MAY RESULT DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY FROM YOUR USE OF THIS INFORMATION, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, MEDICAL MALPRACTICE CLAIMS.

Beginner’s Introduction to Triathlon

There’s no getting away from the fact that beginner training for a triathlon can be tiring, for both body and mind. While the goal isn’t to discourage new triathletes, it’s important to make it clear that, by starting a triathlon training program, your life will change more than a little.

The Triathlon Race Distances

Sprint Distance

75K Swim, 20K Bike Ride, 5K Run

The trend these days is toward more short-distance races; presently more than fifty percent of all triathlons are the sprint distance.

In previous years, the longer distances and the gruel-a-thon image gave triathlons a certain degree of novelty, but the reality these days is that people demand more manageable events.

Sprint-distance races are perfect for the following people:

• Beginner triathletes who would like to jump in and catch the multi-sport bug.

• Level-headed types who don’t have the proper amount of endurance.

• Time-pressed triathletes who don’t have many hours a week to train for longer-distance races.

• Triathletes who want to go fast the whole way.

Olympic Distance

1.5K Swim, 40K Bike Ride, 10K Run

The Olympic distance was popularized by the United States Triathlon Series during the ’80s. This distance brought triathlon to the mainstream.

As its name implies, this distance is also the distance triathletes from around the globe race during the Olympics. For those individuals prepared to push their level of endurance beyond the two-hour boundary, the Olympic distance would be perfect.

If you’re seeking a definite challenge and are not particularly prepared for a longer-course triathlon,

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