Triathlon Workouts

  • Full Body Workout in 45 Minutes

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    This full-body workout requires no equipment, though you may want a yoga mat to make it more comfortable for your bony parts. It takes about 45 minutes, so warm-up before hand with a walk or any activity to increase your heartrate. Increase reps to 15...

  • Exercise Tube Arm Workout

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    This is a quick, intense workout that you can do every day to strengthen your arms and keep them toned. You need one exercise tube and 8 minutes. Do 2 sets of each exercise to fatigue (feel a good burn at the end of each set, whether that is 10 reps for...

  • Hamstring Workout-No Equipment Necessary

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    This is a great workout to strengthen the hamstrings which often are weaker than the quadriceps which can lead to injury. Do this workout twice a week: 2 sets of 15 reps should be your goal, adding reps when that becomes easy. Add a 3rd set if you have...

  • Hamstring Workout with Ball

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    This is a great workout to strengthen the hamstrings with just a stability ball. Do this workout twice a week: 2 sets of 15 reps should be your goal, adding reps when that becomes easy. Do each rep slowly and with your knees over your ankles, not rolling...

  • Triathlon

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    A triathlon is a combination endurance event consisting of swimming, cycling, and running.

    Triathlons lengths vary from sprints to the Iron Man, which finishes with a full length marathon.

    This workout is a template for recording triathlons. Click the...

  • Upper Body Express

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    You can work your upper body in 30 minutes with this workout. Alternate opposing muscle groups (i.e.chest then back) to give one muscle a recovery break and work its opposite.

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