Triathlon ClinicsFebruary 12, 2008
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Even though I’ve only done a hand full of triathlons, I’ve been stalking enough other triathlon bloggers and triathlon forums long enough to feel like I know a lot about training and racing, but only enough to be dangerous. I think that is where I have a lot of room to grow. Too much reading and talking, not enough doing.
This season, I’ve decided to do things a little different, step it up, and take my training a little more seriously. Hell, I might actually use one of those strange “training plans” that I keep hearing about. With that in mind, I found two local triathlon seminars to help me pull together a solid training plan and get my act together for my first 70.3 this summer.
B&S Fitness is putting on a Triathlon Summit at the end of the month with IM World Champion, Karen Smyers which should be a good time. A few of my Wheelworks Multisport teammates should be showing up too, which is always fun.
Then a month later, at the Multisport World Conference and Expo (formerly the New England Triathlon Expo), I’m signed up for a seminar with Joanna Zeiger specifically on training for your first half iron (exactly what I need).
I’m totally stoked about both of these and I’ll see if I can record some of either of them and post up the video if anyone is interested. It should be a pretty stellar season! It is currently 20 degrees outside and bitter cold, but I can’t wait for it to warm up so I can start racing!