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Why do you tri? (Read 1828 times)

    Triathlons are great cross-training - not to mention a blast to do! What do you tri?
    "Live Healthy" www.blonderunner.com/blog/ Goal: Under 18:00 min in 5K


    Marathon Maniac #3309

      Nice Tri Big grin I think people have caught onto you...if not, don't fall for this "self" promotion.

      Running has given me the courage to start, the determination to keep trying, and the childlike spirit to have fun along the way - Run often and run long, but never outrun your Joy of running!


      Running Dad

        I'll tri anything, as long as it doesn't involve another woman, wifey won't like that...
        Things to do this year:
        Not get an injury
        Things done this year:
        Bi-Lo 5k(Myrtle Beach) : 02.12.10 - 25:??


        Marathon Maniac #3309

          Leave the other woman thing to me...I don't have a wife Smile

          Running has given me the courage to start, the determination to keep trying, and the childlike spirit to have fun along the way - Run often and run long, but never outrun your Joy of running!

            Congratulations on your weight loss Biketm - I love to see that! Triathlons can change lives - wouldn't you agree?
            "Live Healthy" www.blonderunner.com/blog/ Goal: Under 18:00 min in 5K
            Mile Collector


            Abs of Flabs

              Good job bumping up your thread, wouldn't you agree? Wink
                Do or do not. There is no tri.

                Runners run.

                  Under website's FAQ's: "How should I breathe when I run?" Um. Yeah.
                    Under website's FAQ's: "How should I breathe when I run?" Um. Yeah.
                    I usually inhale then exhale. Should I be doing it the other way around?

                    Runners run.

                      OMG - you breathe when you run???????????????????????

                      Kerry

                      HF #1048

                      Concept2 - Marathons Rowed April & May 2013

                       

                       

                       

                       

                       

                        I usually inhale then exhale. Should I be doing it the other way around?
                        Possibly. But for God's sake, don't use your nose in the process.
                          Possibly. But for God's sake, don't use your nose in the process.
                          Oh good lord I hadn't even thought of which orifice to use. Now I'm really going to be messed up on my next run.

                          Runners run.


                          Prince of Fatness

                            I'll admit I run, but I don't inhale.

                            Semi-retired.


                            Running Dad

                              Do or do not. There is no tri.
                              OMG.. I spent my entire run tri-ing to remember that line and for the life of me couldn't. longest 6 miles of my life.
                              Things to do this year:
                              Not get an injury
                              Things done this year:
                              Bi-Lo 5k(Myrtle Beach) : 02.12.10 - 25:??


                              Kings Canyon NP 07'

                                Because I am shamelessly self centered and there is an 'I' in tri.
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