Essential Triathlon Training Tips: Transitions
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As the saying goes, change is the only constant, which is especially true in a triathlon. There are frequent lead changes, equipment changes and discipline changes – just to mention a few. As in life, the key to conquering change in a triathlon is a smooth transition.
Today, we take a look at one of the most important and often overlooked area of triathlons that can drastically help you cut down your race time with a few small adjustments. Though triathlon’s two transitions are often chaotic and packed with seas of competitors, a calm, patient approach is the best method to get you quickly onto the next stage of the event.
In this video, you’ll learn best practices, scenarios to avoid, and a review of transition area rules and regulations.
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