08/01/2010 at 16:19
just been onto web site and asking for £3 for training schedule is this right
04/01/2010 at 15:23
i am looking to buy a new wetsuit for the coming season, and was looking at blue seventy brand does anybody have anything good or bad to say about these suits .
At the moment i am using a QR but as got to big for me so need to change will continue to use this suit for training
but looking for a good moderatly priced suit around the £160 mark and TFN have some blue seventy at good prices
22/12/2009 at 19:10
does anybody now any good website to go for deal on wetsuits, i have slimmed down so much due to the amount of training i have been doing ob#ver the last year i will need a new suit for the coming season.
So i am looking for a new wetsuit for a bloke around 80kg and 6 ft long body but short legs
not bothered about make at moment got a QR one but will be ok for training but a lot big for racing it's a ML
all advice and direction kindly received
26/11/2009 at 19:09
I am going for it next season
do all the world qualifers for olympic distance
and using the sprints as warm up and back up
may do weatherby early on as well
looking forward to bala at the end of the season
move up a age group next year so may be ok for time for next year europeans
26/11/2009 at 18:58
if that happens let me know as I will be interested , as long as it tri based and not iron man as I am looking for quality rather than doing just milage
23/11/2009 at 14:09
As my thought move to next season I am thinking about training camps
last year I went to one of the spainish islands for 10 days to JSNT camp was mainly based around cycling and swimming , very little running and other stuff. It was based around experienced tri people.
I am looking for a a week training somewhere next year for a week but want to include running as well as biking. My big problem is that my other half as now decided she want to do duathlons so is into the biking and running and want to come to a training camp as well. So I need camp for march that will have a couple of groups one for beginners and one for somebody is aiming for sub 2.10 next season
Has anybody got any recommandation , I want it to be warm and not cost the earth like club le santa
It's good that other half is invloved as I get less greif with the amount of training I do as she is out also
20/11/2009 at 10:36
I was wondering if anybody could give advice on good or bad club kit.
We out there looking for new club tri and cycling kit for 2010 , last year we had Imp sport on the cycling kit they were great and proved to be a great success . But on the tri kit ohh dear , it fitted nobody correctly and after 1 or 2 wears it wasn't up to much as it stretched and became baggy .
I personnaly ended up buying a new orca tri suit as did most of the other guys and girls in the club. On the female side they didn't go below a size 10 which was really a size 12 so the females of the club didn't have much of a chance to start off with .
We are based in the wonderful county of yorkshire so somebody in the north would be ideal , but for the right kit well enough said .
please your expereiences and advice
09/11/2009 at 15:05
it all down to what you call fast 1 year ago I would have called 32 kph fast but now after a season I think around 40 kph
I don't wear a pointy helmet yet was thinking about one to make that extra difference from good age grouper to world qualifying age group
02/11/2009 at 15:37
A busy week as had tuesday off work
monday 1 1/2 core and weights followed by 1 hour swim (3,500 metres) 2 1/2 hours
tuesday 3 1/2 hours on the bike 100km and then 1 hour boot camp in the evening 4 1/2 hours
wednessday 1 hour on the turbo interval 1 hour
thursday 1 hour run intervals 1 hour
friday rest day
saturday 1 hour boot camp followed by 1/2 hills , afternoon chain gang 3 1/2 hours 110 km 5 hours
sunday 1 hours turbo morning , 10 k run afternoon followed by 1 hour swim(3,000M) 2 .40 hours
all this for a olympic tri
02/11/2009 at 15:29
I used a dhb box this year to go to a training camp in spain I am a complete novice when it comes to taking the bike to bits. I did ok and was able to put it back togeather again quite quickly.
The box is strong and the only bad thing is the wheels go damaged on the way back , but wiggles replaced it free of charge.
The good thing about a box is that you can pack other things in there as well as on easy jet wasn't a weight limit on the box , friends took a bag and ended up paying another £80 as over weight
DHB is good and strong recommanded cheap compared to the cost of a new bike
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