Triathlon for the every woman : you can be a triathlete--yes, you
Completely revised & updated second edition.
"Meredith Atwood was a tired, overworked wife and mom who never thought she'd run a mile, let alone swim, bike, and run. But after trial, error, tears, chafing, and a lot of grit, she went from stressed-out lawyer to an Ironman 70.3 triathlete in just over a year. Now a triathlon coach and four-time Ironman triathlete, Meredith shares her hard-won widsom and tips, anecdote, and laughs. In Triathlon for the Every Woman you'll find: A basic blueprint for getting started that will inspire you to find your motivation. Lists of equipment necessary to do your first (or next!) triathlon--what you don't need, what you do, and how not to go broke getting it. Expert nutrition advice that won't starve, shame, or sabotage you. Compact and easy-to-implement training plans that won't kill you. Practical advice on how to fit triathlon into your busy life."--Page  of cover.
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