So you have decided to swim, bike, run!
Too many questions...
How much do I train? Where can I train? When can I race?
Every Triathlete, Ironman – even the Olympic Medalists have been a beginner at some stage in their life. Some are lucky enough to have friends and family involved in the sport to give guidance and advice, others are keen to become involved however have no idea where to begin.
Too many questions – What do I need? Where do I buy from? How much do I spend? How much do I train? Where can I train? When can I race? Where do I race? – just to name a few!
Multisport Consultants cover every aspect of triathlon and ironman, providing much needed guidance and advice for beginner athletes, young and old. Subjects such as, equipment, nutrition, training, techniques, health, understanding your body, race preparation and racing are all covered and explained, simply and easily.
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Extremely rewarding and addictive
There are a number of advantages being beginner triathlete. Once training begins improvement in fitness over the three disciplines becomes quite noticeable, your body changes and becomes leaner and fitter, you feel great and gain confidence. Everything seems to happen in leaps and bounds, thus providing more inspiration and focus to continue to train and set goals. In essence it is extremely rewarding and to be honest quite addictive.
However, there are also some disadvantages, and without the correct guidance and advice it is quite easy to develop bad habits, such as, over or under training, poor nutrition and quite often incorrect swim strokes, poor bike position and bad running technique. Subsequently, the improvements almost come to a stop, injuries occur their health declines and the athlete becomes frustrated and stressed.
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