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Triathlon Age Grouper

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Ava Flores
• Tuesday, 26 October, 2021
• 11 min read

USA Triathlon has issued a set of rules to maintain consistency and order from race to race across the country, keeping competition safe and fair. Whether you're preparing for your first sprint triathlon or your 50th Olympic-distance, there are tools and training plans to help you reach your goals.

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Join Jeff and Eric, two regular 30-34 year old triathletes from the heart of the Midwest, in the kind of conversation that only age -groupers can appreciate. We explore the everyday issues that we face as swimmers, cyclists, and runners.

Join Jeff and Eric, two regular 30-34 year old triathletes from the heart of the Midwest, in the kind of conversation that only age -groupers can appreciate. We explore the everyday issues that we face as swimmers, cyclists, and runners.

The Next Century It’s an old-fashioned live race report as Eric and Jeff travel to the TRI Right 101 century ride. We catch up on what’s been happening throughout the summer and what’s left for the season.

Kids N Dude Weekend We're back at the new Age Grouper Studios North with a special, and precious, guest host! We go over the long awaited results of Jeff's face-off at the Chase Corporate Challenge then break down training for an Olympic distance event in detail.

I rolled up on my unbranded eBay aluminum road bike with down tube shifters and clip-on acrobats wearing a sleeveless jersey, arm warmers and, of course, aviators. Years later Matt told me that when he saw me, he shook his head in dread of the next 3–4 hours and tried to text his buddy Chris, who was going to ride with us, to tell him to just look the other way and roll past us.

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Being new to the group, I didn’t want to ruffle any feathers, so I just sat patiently on their wheels. About 60 minutes later, as my patience waned, and I was about to say, “forget this” and make my move, we turned a corner and started climbing.

Fifteen minutes later, I paperboy-crested the climb while Matt, waiting patiently, told me “good job, man,” in a way that sounded sincere and non-patronizing, but knowing him now, it probably was. We rolled back down and I didn’t worry about riding too easy the rest of the way.

Sometimes I’m so bored and I don’t want to have to go over any hills whatsoever, so I just ride on the trainer at 100 watts and watch TV or write a Triathlete magazine column. Most people view their training plans as golden, perfectly written prescriptions to accomplish their goals.

The only bummer is that your training plan knows nothing about how you’re doing and what the hell is going on with your body and mind. If I have a big session and I feel run down, I rest and push it to the next day or skip it all together.

Yes, this is really hard because I like to think that I’m Chuck Norris and nothing is going to stop me from finishing this workout and/or defeating the enemy. No matter who your coach is or what your goals are, no training plan is perfect, and some art of experience knows when your physical and mental signals are requiring a change versus pushing through.

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If the sun is out, and my legs are clicking, I might squeeze in tomorrow’s work today, do an extra interval or two, push the pace past what is prescribed, and/or defeat the bad guy. To be an awesome triathlete, you should do three sets of max bicep curls and bench press every other day.

Just kidding, but you should have a coach, trainer or a physical therapist prescribe specific strength routines to address your needs and weaknesses, which may or may not include bicep curls. But now I believe it’s worth it to skip a swim, bike or run if it means I won’t get in my 2–3 strength sessions a week.

I struggle with this daily between my son Jude, my wife Lauren and Picky Bars. I figure if my body needs to sleep, it’s the most important training thing I can do.

Read more In this episode, Colin and Elliot recap his first triathlon of 2020, the Live Free and TRI half Iron man on Read more In this episode, Colin and Elliot discuss ways they have stayed motivated during these unprecedented times.

Read more In this episode, Colin and Elliot discuss ways they stay motivated, engaged, and positive-minded during the pandemic and lockdown life. Read more In this episode, Colin and Elliot interview Team Every Man Jack member, Sean Hale.

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Join Jeff and Eric, two regular 30-34 year old triathletes from the heart of the Midwest, in the kind of conversation that only age -groupers can appreciate. We explore the everyday issues that we face as swimmers, cyclists, and runners.

Join Jeff and Eric, two regular 30-34 year old triathletes from the heart of the Midwest, in the kind of conversation that only age -groupers can appreciate. We explore the everyday issues that we face as swimmers, cyclists, and runners.

Kids N Dude Weekend We're back at the new Age Grouper Studios North with a special, and precious, guest host! We go over the long awaited results of Jeff's face-off at the Chase Corporate Challenge then break down training for an Olympic distance event in detail.

Triathlon can at times be guilty for taking itself a little serious these days but Jumpy & Salty are 'keeping it real' with their light-hearted but incredibly well-informed banter. Get top transition tips from previous shows like 'jacket.

Sock, sock, helmet, glasses, go' and ponder over some interesting takes on training like Geoff's new time saving workouts in the 'Push-Run Smackdown' episode...... Possibly the best podcast in 'Mac-World' and I'm sure if you asked Siri, she would say the same thing.

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He Bakeshop Rigs  We are happy to showcase He Bakeshop, a delightful and detaile-oriented specialized shop in Versailles, who makes some of the cleanest custom rigs in the game. They do absolutely fantastic work, and these are just a few of the rigs they have made featuring Trivia products, with beautiful photos they have courteously let us use.

One-of-a-kind Vent um Oneness This Vent um One owner really wanted to take advantage of the superior front end products Trivia makes, including Alpha One bars, dual Omega X brakes, the Delta front cover, and rounded out with Styx aero skewers. Again, he went whole-hog with Trivia parts: Alpha One bars, dual Omega X brakes, and the Delta aero cover.

Although he was a little worried about riding deep-section rims, he quickly got used to them and posted a 20-minute bike leg PR for his first race out, a Half Iron man! He has lots of room to adjust up, down, back, or forward, as his position may change over time.

Jeff Bosch appointed his P-Series perfectly, with all the best Trivia gear plus a paint scheme that brings it together like The Dude's favorite rug. This is Joshua List's custom-painted P3 adorned with wild paint and lots of choice components.

For the second year in a row, Trivia has given Potts' bikes our most elaborate custom treatments, to save him Watts and get him to the finish line faster. Doping is the process of using illegal substances (referred to as Performance Enhancing Drugs or Beds) to improve sporting performance, and triathlon is no stranger to this immoral and unlawful act.

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While failing a drug test is rare for age group athletes, because testing is so rare, that does not mean that age groupers have free rein to take whatever products they want. This is a widely known fact by all sports physiologists, experienced athletes, and most doctors.

However, age groupers in their 40s, 50s, 60s, and older have even more encouragement to use artificial testosterone because their doctors make money with every prescription they write. For example, even a 100-year-old triathlete cannot compete in sanctioned triathlon events if they are taking testosterone.

Generally, the fewer ingredients a product has and the larger and more well-known the company, the safer off are to take it. There aren’t either many sports where amateurs of all ages can regularly represent Great Britain in international competition.

In the April 2011 issue of Triathlon Plus magazine, out today, we’ll show you how. Qualifying as a triathlon age -group athlete for the GE Great Britain Age -Group Team is easier than you might think.

Fiona Hear, a BTF coach who has guided age -group athletes up to the worlds, tells you how to alter your mindset and training approach to earn that special race kit. If people are going to qualify for Team GB they don’t necessarily need to be experienced triathletes, but they do need to be fit.

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Sometimes people have a bit of luck too, as it does depend who else turns up on the day of your qualifier. With my group of athletes we do an analysis at the end of the previous year to pick up some points to move forward with.

If people are quite serious about qualifying, I ask them to look back at the previous one or two years’ results and see what times have got through to the worlds. You’ve got to be quite canny and cunning: tightening up transition times, so you might use more lube under your wetsuit, or cut a bit off the legs to get it off quicker, or it could be what you wear to get you through the race quicker.

You can afford to have fun with your friends at different events this year, and in the process you’ll find out about your strengths, weaknesses and the type of racing you enjoy most.

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