This latest, updated version of Triathlon for Beginners (Jan 2016) is now packed with extra strategies, practical tips and tools you can use immediately to super charge your progress and your training!
Are you thinking about getting into triathlon or doing your first race? Have you finished a couple of races and are keen to improve your time? Are you a little intimidated by everybody else who looks like they know what they are doing?
Read this book and make sure YOU turn up on race day feeling confident, prepared and ready to go
This easy to understand and insightful book is packed with practical ways you can master your triathlon training and it will help you:
A personal note from the author:
“This book is gathered from years of training and racing, not only from my triathlon experience but from the experience of champions. I have trained with and raced with elite athletes and winners from all over the world but I started not knowing what I was doing and was scared to death when I did my first race.
I wish I had this book when I started out. I would have saved myself a lot of heart ache and stress! I wrote this to help all triathlon rookies get over their nerves and enjoy this fantastic sport.”
“Triathlon For Beginners” is the start to finish complete guide which covers all the areas of triathlon training and racing including:
This guide takes you from start to finish so you can feel confident and comfortable when you train and race.
Here are some of the comments we have had from readers…
I loved this book!
I have completed a few triathlons- sprint, Olympic and 70.3 distance. This book really simplified what is important to focus on. There is so much to know and learn that sometimes you feel overwhelmed. It is an easy, entertaining read but packed with good knowledge that made a big difference to my racing.
Charlotte Campbell, World Games triathlon gold medallist
I wish this was around before!
I did a number of Triathlons over the last few years. When I first took it up I had to ask people’s advice which at best was disjointed and worst, confusing. I also read some very good stuff on the internet, however this was also disjointed and incomplete. This book would have been ideal, as it puts it all together clearly and concisely.
Liam Harrington; sprint triathlete
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