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oxygen level

  The main reason to control and learn about your oxygen and other gases condition circulating in your blood, is to analyze how efficiently and effectively you are in processing and taking in the oxygen. This indicator will control, help you analyze and measure your athletic level and physical capabilities.…

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ASU triathlon

  Earlier this month, the USA Triathlon announced that Arizona State University is officially selected as the place to host the 2017 Triathlon Women’s Collegiate National Championship. It will be hosted in Tempe, Arizona on November the fifth, this year.   Participating athletes will have to first be qualified in one of…

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Jake Vella

  Jake Vella, the seven-year-old boy has now a passion for triathlons. Even though this wasn’t his first dream, suffering from a rare hormonal condition, he has learned to love this competition more than anything.   His hormonal illness makes him get heavier and heavier despite the diet he consumes…

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leg pain

  Have you ever wondered how come your calves and legs in general feel achy after each training routine? What is actually contributing to these symptoms and what can you really do?   Don’t worry, most of the people experience pain in different body parts. Especially after an intense workout…

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triathlon coach

  Every triathlete knows the benefits a good, experienced and intuitive coach can bring. The right coach will not only help with the preparation of your physical aspect and make you ready to cross that finish line when the big day comes. A good coach will first of all help…

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barefoot running

  Have you ever heard about barefoot running? Can barefoot running or minimalistic running shoes be your best option? Does this running method guarantee your feet to stay on their natural shape while on the other hand protecting them?   The reason why shoes are invented is to protect our…

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