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    Top tips when training for a triathlon


    Triathlons are not for the faint-hearted. Even a mini triathlon can be incredibly demanding, and you’ll need to be in peak physical condition to tackle the gauntlet of a run, ride and swim. If you’re training for a triathlon, here are some helpful tips to help you maximise your performance and minimise your risk of injury.

    Top tips when training for a triathlon

    If you’re eager to become a triathlete, these top tips should come in handy when training for a triathlon:

    • Build up your fitness gradually: Triathlons are very hard work, so don’t try and run before you can walk. Once you start a training regime, increase your strength and endurance gradually.
    • Set realistic targets: If you’re a competitive person by nature, you may always be striving for the next goal. It’s really helpful to set targets, but make sure they’re realistic. If you’re trying to beat a PB by five minutes and you’ve only just started, you’re much more likely to injure yourself or lose heart if you don’t make it.
    • Have a rest: When you’re determined to do something, it can be tough to allow yourself time off, but taking rests is actually beneficial for your body. If you don’t have time to recover there’s a higher risk of triathlon injuries, and you may hit a wall. Over-training can be as counterproductive as missing sessions.
    • Alternate your training: The triathlon is made up of three disciplines, so don’t focus all your time on one or two. It can be difficult to spend time on the one you enjoy the least, but It’s important to split your time to ensure the best outcome.
    • Invest in the right gear: If you’re serious about competing in triathlons, it’s hugely beneficial to have the right gear. If you have suitable equipment, you’re less likely to sustain injuries, and you may find that your performance improves.

    Can I claim for a triathlon accident?

    If you’ve been injured in a triathlon accident, you may be thinking about claiming compensation. To claim compensation for a triathlon injury, you must be able to prove that you were not to blame for your injuries. If the accident happened in the last 3 years and you have evidence that somebody else was at fault, call Accident Advice Helpline to find out more about making a no-win, no-fee* claim for triathlon accident compensation. Our lines are open now on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.

    Date Published: April 18, 2017

    Author: Accident Advice

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