Here are several articles related to triathlon training and planning for seniors that I came across over the past month. Several of these from this month’s finds should also inspire you to become and stay fit.
This run training method, invented in the 1930s for beginner and experienced runners, “blends steady running with bursts of intensity.”
Our partner Swanson has a helpful summary of tips for endurance cyclists, including fueling do’s and don’ts and specific foods to eat.
A fun read. Surprisingly, it’s mostly true for my wife and me.
In her early 60s, Barbara Bogart lost 70 pounds. Soon after, she started competing in track & field and cycling at the local and national Senior Games. After learning to swim, she began competing in triathlon. Since 2010, Barbara has qualified for the World Age Group Championships several times.
This year, at age 81, she took home the silver medal for triathlon at the National Senior Games.
Rather than slow down, Barbara appears to be getting stronger with age. Her story is amazing. It’s also a story of faith in God.
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