Dan Golding

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Triathlon For Beginners

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“The aim of the taper is to minimise accumulated fatigue and fill up the fuel stores to arrive at the start line fresh.”
Dan Golding, Triathlon: Winning at 70.3: How To Dominate The Middle Distance

“Instead determine your lactate threshold heart rate by doing a hard 30-minute running time trial all by yourself (not in a race). Try to have the same race pace all the way through. Start your heart rate monitor when you have 20 minutes left to go. Your average heart rate for the last 20 minutes is approximately your lactate threshold heart rate. Here”
Dan Golding, Triathlon: Winning at 70.3: How To Dominate The Middle Distance

“Make sure you re-do your zone tests every 6 weeks as your fitness changes to keep them accurate.”
Dan Golding, Triathlon: Winning at 70.3: How To Dominate The Middle Distance

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“The aim of the taper is to minimise accumulated fatigue and fill up the fuel stores to arrive at the start line fresh.”
Dan Golding, Triathlon: Winning at 70.3: How To Dominate The Middle Distance




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