Triathlon: Winning at 70.3: How To Dominate The Middle Distance Paperback – April 23, 2016
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About the Author
I discovered the triathlon world in 2005. It is fair to say I became slightly obsessed! This has probably happened to many of you.
We tend to be an obsessive bunch. I love it- hey- there are worse things I could be obsessed about. Triathlon has been a massive force for good in my life and given me structure, superb fitness, a bunch of cool friends who kick my ass and a lot of travel opportunities.
My favourite distance is Olympic and 70.3. I am planning Ironman in 2017. Triathlon has taught me some important lessons:
So what do I do now?
I love writing my books, I love contributing to the Triathlon -Hacks website, I love training, I love cooking, family and friends. I coach clients 1:1 and online and I still swim, bike, run. I think this is in my blood now- I don’t know that I will ever stop, though I certainly train smarter now and have added a lot of gym strength work, yoga and I am diligent with my nutrition.
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just finished my 703and really wanted to improve for next time? this book is for you!
The one thing i liked the most was the science behind tips. This should include more pre race tips from other people or pro athletes.
The author is has a contagious enthusiasm for his subject and is very motivating.
If the reader is energetic enough to follow his advice the 70.3 will be piece of cake and a place on the podium a realistic expectation.
Top international reviews
Lots of tips and pointers that I didn't get from other books on the topic