Here are several articles related to triathlon training and planning for the Senior Triathletes community that I came across over the past month. Several of these from this month’s finds should also inspire you to become and stay physically fit.
As you consider the 2023 racing season, you may want to compete in one of the state championships recently announced by USA Triathlon. I am seriously considering the one in Richwood, West Virginia, for state number 50 in my Triathlon Across the USA goal.
The introduction to this article states: “Indoor training can give you the freedom to workout regardless of weather, traffic or time of day. Here are three different setups for different levels of indoor training commitment.”
Gina Little (London, England) has completed over 600 marathons during her 35-year racing career. This article summarizes Gina’s racing history, training and recovery plan, diet, and advice for others who are thinking about doing a marathon, no matter their age.
While some of the senior triathletes with whom I have spoken were lifelong athletes, many more seemed to have gotten into triathlon later in life. For many of us, triathlon was a means of losing some weight or improving our overall health for the years ahead.
However, I had never heard of triathlon and mid-life crisis in the same conversation. Have you?
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