21 Feb '13, 8pm

I’m A Triathlete: Andy Katz via @TriathleteMag

I’m A Triathlete: Andy Katz via @TriathleteMag

Rather than rely on nachos and hot dogs when stuck in an arena for 10 hours, he’d buy food ahead of time and started using Weight Watchers. Then, with the help of a trainer, he learned to be more efficient in the gym by incorporating strength training and speed work. He would also swim during his kids’ swim practice and take spin classes, which led to his first multisport event: an aquabike race, in 2011. In 2012 he raced two Olympic-distance triathlons, including the Nation’s Triathlon in Washington, D.C.

Full article: http://triathlon.competitor.com/2013/02/features/im-a-tri...

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