14 11, 2012

Tornadoes Triathlon Team Swim Workout – 11/13/12

By |2012-11-18T18:23:00-05:00November 14th, 2012|

Great Job to everyone who ventured out to the Tornadoes Tuesday Night Triathlon Swim Workout.  It was a SPEED night so the focus was on short distances and going FAST!!  25’s, 50’s and 100’s were on the workout menu and a good, quick, workout was produced.  AWESOME Effort Tri Tornadoes!!

21 08, 2012

Relay Races…Fun Training for Kids…and Adults Too!

By |2012-08-21T14:19:39-04:00August 21st, 2012|

Next time you are doing a swim workout and you are losing interest.  Do some RELAYS.  Find some friends or teammates or just some other people at the pool.  Depending on the ability levels and ages of the participants, do some 25, 50 or 100 yard relays.  Have everyone swim their leg as fast as [...]

24 07, 2012

Tri Indy – Swimming the Canal – GREAT Experience

By |2012-07-25T20:20:58-04:00July 24th, 2012|

Hey all you non lake swimmers and athletes who don't like to swim in OPEN water.  Tri Indy is for you!!  The Downtown Indianapolis Canal is opened up for swimming for this annual race and it is just the perfect intermediate step to take from a pool swim before you conquer the open water lake [...]

29 05, 2012

The Transition (another test post)

By |2012-06-01T23:15:08-04:00May 29th, 2012|

The Triathlon Transition Hazen Kent - Tri-Newbies Online The triathlon transition. Triathlon’s version of a “Chinese fire drill.” The triathlon transition can be crazy, chaotic, and perhaps even frantic.  Awareness and timing are essential. Tempers have been known to flare as tensions increase, bikes crash, and liquids are tossed about. And the sooner you are in [...]

28 05, 2012

Beginner Swimming

By |2012-06-02T00:38:04-04:00May 28th, 2012|

When you begin your swimming training there are many points to keep in mind. The first is relaxation. You may not be very comfortable in the water; you may have bad memories of swim lessons. The swim portion of a triathlon is normally done in open water in a crowd. You will be jostled, splashed, [...]

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