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Sharing my experiences in training, racing and learning the 'science' of progressing in Triathlon - from total novice to top-ten finisher (and hopefully beyond!). Stop by to listen to what I have to say, but don't forget, the whole point of web 2.0 is interaction, so don't be afraid or too shy to leave your own thoughts!

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Interpreting and understanding pain
prhimby prhim Jan 26th 2011
I was casting around for ideas for my next blog post when my coach (twitter: @gobi_one) suggested I explore the concept of pain. No surprise to hear that suggestion from a coach, perhaps. After all, they must enjoy creating pain; why else would they...
I love my Slice, but...
prhimby prhim Apr 8th 2010
...I'm really struggling to get comfortable on it. I think it's me more than the bike - a niggling rotator cuff / ACJ injury is limiting the mobility in my shoulder and in turn leading to discomfort after 30 minutes or so on the aero bars. Not ...
I'm broken... apparently!
prhimby prhim Jan 5th 2010
I guess one of the good things about getting a personal trainer is that they notice things you don't. Sometimes good; but mostly (in my experience anyway!) bad! My trainer recently commented that I had 'huge' errector spinae and that these were p...
 
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