Getting started in triathlon can be a little overwhelming… afterall, it’s not just 1 sport, it’s 3 and then there’s the so-called 4th leg of a triathlon — “transition”. For anyone new to the sport, our advice for the first race is simple: have fun. Sure, you want to be prepared and if you’re a competitive type, you want to go fast, but if you accept the fact that you’ll look back on your first race experience and quickly identify a variety of things you should have done differently, then your head is in the right place.
Read below for a series of articles written for beginners to the great sport of triathlon. We hope you find them helpful!
Racing in the Heat
It’s summer and it’s a hot one. Racing in the heat can be difficult if not dangerous. Like anything, you need to prepare and to help you prepare check out the infographic below from the coaches of Breakthrough Performance Coaching, Official Coach of the Sun Multisport Events triathlon series. Got questions? Contact head coach Jeffrey […]
Swim Safety: What every triathlete should know about SIPE
SIPE is Swim Induced Pulmonary Oedema and a condition that can make breathing very difficult. Triathletes swimming in cold water wearing a wetsuit are more vulnerable to this condition and should take precautions to help prevent it and learn the signs of it so they can respond accordingly if the condition begins to present itself. […]
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