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Nutritional Training – The fourth Discipline of Triathlon can make or break your big day

Nutritional training is basically conditioning our digestive system for what it will have to handle come race day. One key element of this to realise is that the gut is an extremely trainable organ. We can train it just like we do our muscles, lungs and heart to adapt to the stresses we place on it. During a triathlon, especially an ironman, there is a lot of stress on all of our body's functional systems, especially our gut. Alex Price talks about how to incorporate this in to your race training program.
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Base & Aerobic Threshold Training

With the New Year here and the first part of the season behind us, there is a break with regards to long course and ironman racing. That means a lot of us will, and perhaps should look at this period as a mid season break and go back to developing our aerobic systems. This is especially important this year with Ironman Australia and Huskisson Long Course moving back a month and Cairns still six months away!
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Your Chance to Train with Chris McCormack, Pete Jacobs, Mirinda Carfrae and Belinda and Justin Granger

Australian Summer Series Training Camps in 2011. Sunday 30th of January 2011 will see 2010 Ironman World Champion, Chris “Macca” McCormack co-host the Sydney edition of the training series with Pete Jacobs. On Australia Day, 26th of January 2011 13 times Ironman Champion Belinda Granger, her husband and coach Justin Granger, ITU athlete Annabel Luxford, America's Tim O'Donnell and 2010 Ironman World Champion Mirinda Carfrae will be hosting the Noosa camp.
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