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Finding Balance Between Training, Work, And Family

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As you go about your triathlon training program, one thing that you must always be keeping in the back of your mind is balance.  It’s very easy to let your training completely overtake your life, becoming your only focus.

But, if you do that, you are very likely to experience a huge let-down after the race is completed as you’ll get this empty feeling and as though you have nothing to focus on.

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The How-Tos of Becoming a Sponsored Triathlete

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Say you have been racing triathlons for a couple of years and consistently finish in the Top 10 of your Age-Group or better yet, you win. At this point, the idea of sponsorships may enter the minds of many, but what does getting them entail and what are the perks? As an athlete who has been a sponsored for various companies since 2009, allow me to shine some light on this topic.

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Give it a Rest - Take a Break from Training

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Nowadays, it seems that there is no definitive off-season in triathlon. Look at any race calender and you'll likely find an event, if not several, each weekend somewhere not too far from you. Just because the opportunity presents itself though, doesn't mean you too should continue racing year round. Taking a break from training and racing will not only serve as a mental and physical break, but may be a key component to getting faster.

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