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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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woodland Ironman

  A local 54 years old athlete has lost his life yesterday while competing in the Ironman Triathlon located in the Woodlands, Texas. His death is already confirmed by the case authorities. Glen Bruemmer was an experienced athlete participating in many other triathlon competitions during his life. He died during…

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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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menopause symptoms

  Menopause is something you cannot control. It is a natural process every woman experiences and it affects different aspects on physical and mental health. The good news is, if you’re an athlete your menopause side effects will be easier to handle when compared to any other woman. The bad…

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arthritis symptoms

  Arthritis is a disease that can affect almost anyone, at every age. It causes your joints to become less capable to handle any type of movement. Arthritis causes disturbing pain on your joints and drops your energy levels by almost 50 percent.   That is why, when trying to…

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sports massage

  Did you know that only in a year, in the United States alone, around 1.4 million athletes experience serious sports-related injuries and muscle damages due to their overuse?   When you train to compete in differently endurance sports, one of the biggest concerns you probably have is the need…

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