Resources on Triathlon Sports (1)

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Triathlon Bicycles and Products
Site includes information about ideal specs. Writers sum up triathlon races and specs about triathlon bicycles, triathlon races, products, race results, and more. An interview section features articles about triathletes, while product reviews include information about triathlon bikes, triathlon equipment, triathlon wetsuits, triathlon components, triathlon saddles, and other triathlon equipment. More features and a forum are included so users can talk with other triathletes.

Triathlon Biking and Sports Nutrition Forums
Everything you need to know about the cycling portion of a triathlon can be found here, including forums about cycling equipment, cycling training, power training, triathlon equipment reviews and classifieds. A section about health and nutrition is included, where triathletes can talk with others about various bicycling related issues. Road racing, track racing, cycling news, mountain bikes, and regional forums are also included. A great place to get first-hand advice about bicycling products and gear.

Heart Rate Monitors and other Triathlon Must-Haves
Training is important before entering a triathlon. This website offers first-hand articles about energy, heart rate monitors, beating jet lag, hydration, swimming, and aerodynamic bike frame design. The triathlete shares personal triathlon training tips, including how to slow down, swim with pull-buoys, make sure you're rested, finding the perfect nutrition bars and choosing good triathlon training books.

The Power of Electrolyte Drinks
This article provides practical and insightful information about dehydration and performance. According to the article, there are many athletes who dehydrate during competitive events, especially long ones, even when it's not really that hot outside. The article suggests that athletes and triathletes can't rely on feeling thirsty as a reminder to replace fluid lost through sweating - one of nature's dirty tricks is that exercise suppresses thirst. Dehydration impairs both physical and mental performance in all types and levels of sport, yet it can be avoided (or at least minimized) by appropriate drinking strategies. It gives some background into the physiological factors of dehydration during triathlon events and offers practical tips to help readers prepare a hydration plan.

Triathletes is a site devoted to the triathletes of the world. Updated with feature stories about triathletes, as well as a race report, this website also features reviews of triathlon gear, such as bike pedals and apparel. A forum is available for triathletes to communicate, as well as other informative articles about being a better triathlete.

For more, go to: Triathlon Now!

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