28 Jan '13, 8pm

Are excuses holding you back from training for and competing in a triathlon? Experts offer excuse-eschewing advice:

Are excuses holding you back from training for and competing in a triathlon? Experts offer excuse-eschewing advice:

No Excuses: Start Training Now By Sarah Wassner Flynn Published Jan 28, 2013 Updated 10 hours ago comments Tweet Share Share Print Photo: TriRock Table of Contents The Excuse: I won’t be able to run that far after swimming and biking. The Excuse: I'm overwhelmed by the prospect of doing an Ironman. The Excuse: I'm not a good swimmer. The Excuse: Isn't triathlon dangerous? The Excuse: I don't have time to train. The Excuse: I don't have enough money. The Excuse: I'm not insanely fit. Page 1 of 7: The Excuse: I won’t be able to run that far after swimming and biking. The Excuse: I'm overwhelmed by the prospect of doing an Ironman. The Excuse: I'm not a good swimmer. The Excuse: Isn't triathlon dangerous? The Excuse: I don't have time to train. The Excuse: I don't have enough money. The Excuse: I'm not insanely fit. Sure, lots of people can complete a triathlon, but many of u...

Full article: http://triathlon.competitor.com/2013/01/training/no-excus...

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