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Your Fun and Friendly Guide to Training for Triathmom – A Non-Competitive, Pool-Swim Triathlon

Join us for a stress-free approach to preparing for the Triathmom, a non-competitive, pool-swim triathlon in Riverton, Utah. Coach Rory Duckworth of the Salt Lake Tri Club shares easy-to-follow tips for a fun experience.


Hello, Amazing Triathletes! I'm Coach Rory Duckworth from the Salt Lake Tri Club, and I'm excited to welcome you to the Triathmom, a non-competitive, pool-swim triathlon in Riverton, Utah, on August 3rd, 2024. This event is all about fun, empowerment, and community. Whether you're here to try something new or to enjoy a day of activity, these friendly training tips are designed to make your experience enjoyable and stress-free. Let's get started on this joyful journey!


Triathlon Training Made Easy

Preparing for a triathlon doesn't have to be daunting. Here's how to keep it simple and fun:

  1. Flexible Training Plan: Forget strict schedules. Focus on getting comfortable in each discipline at your own pace. Remember, this is about your enjoyment!

  2. Consistency with Comfort: Aim for regular, light workouts. Consistency will help you build confidence without feeling overwhelmed.


Swimming with Ease

Our pool swim is perfect for beginners and those who prefer calmer waters:

  1. Relaxed Pool Sessions: Practice in a pool where you can swim at your own pace. We organize friendly group swims that are perfect for beginners.

  2. Breathing Techniques: Learn easy breathing techniques to make your swim relaxing and enjoyable.


Cycling at Your Pace

Cycling is your chance to enjoy the outdoors:

  1. Comfortable Ride: Use any bike that you feel comfortable with. The focus is on enjoying the ride, not speed.

  2. Group Rides: Join our casual group rides. They're a great way to meet fellow participants and enjoy cycling in a non-competitive setting.


Jogging with Joy

Running is more fun when there's no pressure:

  1. Walk-Jog Mix: Feel free to mix walking and jogging. It's all about moving at a pace that feels good for you.

  2. Fun Run Sessions: Our club hosts light-hearted run sessions that are perfect for beginners or those looking for a relaxed practice.


Nutrition and Recovery: Keeping it Simple

Nutrition and recovery are important, but they don't have to be complicated:

  1. Simple Nutrition Tips: Learn basic nutrition tips to keep you energized and hydrated.

  2. Easy Recovery Practices: Discover simple recovery techniques like stretching and rest days to keep you feeling great.


Conclusion

The Triathmom is all about having a great time and embracing the spirit of triathlon in a non-intimidating way. Remember, this is your race at your pace. We at the Salt Lake Tri Club are here to support you every step of the way.

For more information, fun training sessions, and to join a community of friendly faces, visit the Salt Lake Tri Club. Let's make Triathmom a delightful experience together!


About the Author

Coach Rory Duckworth is a friendly and approachable triathlon coach at the Salt Lake Tri Club. With a passion for making sports fun and accessible, Rory specializes in helping beginners find joy in triathlon.

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