Watch Triathlon Training Q&A with Taren where in this episode he answers triathletes questions about: losing weight with triathlon, triathlon nutrition, foam rolling, triathlon watches, and my awesome speedos.

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How to Get in Shape With a Few Simple Changes

Looking to get suit can be a major project. There are many different items you need to take into account. Besides it require getting good exercise and training, you need to change your entire way of thinking about diet, health and how you deal with your body from head to toe in general. The following advice will show you how you can deal with your body greater.

Bring a willing friend along with you to exercise. This allows you to hang out with your best buds while you work on a fitter you. Friends make your workouts easier and more fun. Many people are surprised to discover how fun it is to exercise when you are doing it with a friend.

These are simply several of the strategies to grasp and maintain the idea of proper physical fitness. Practice the talked about methods at least 3 times a week and commence a regular regimen if you would like keep on the top of your body’s look. There is nothing more significant than maintaining your body fit and healthy.

14 COMMENTS

  1. You are officially my favorite… poop jokes…This is the best.. Learning and laughing.. loving it!

  2. what are the order the events?
    Where do i get the wet suit shorts?
    What would be a good triathlon event for a beginner?
    Thank you

  3. Thanks for the great advice Taren!
    Two questions:
    1. You seem harsh on pull buoys. Aren't these the best way to mimic swimming in a wetsuit when you are training in a pool? Also when wyould you deem using pull buoys useful?
    2. When you weren't in race shape i.e when you had a few more pounds/kgs on you, did you still rock the speedo? What would you recommend for heavier guys who are not speedo-ready yet?
    Thanks once again. Continue to learn a lot from you channel!
    -ajg

  4. In Feb 2016 I was 422lbs. I started training, and following your post. I am now down to 335lbs, yes still a very larger Clydesdale.I did my first small/sprint triathlon in June and doing my first larger triathlon .62 mile swim, 18.9 bike, 4.6 mile run, here in 2 weeks. I am not trying to win, just finish in under 3 hours. The one thing I have found difficult is finding gear in my size. I have, just took some time. Thank you for the help. Have a great day.

  5. Hey Taren, great video! I was wondering if you knew any other YouTube channels that are good for beginners? Thanks!

  6. I finished my first triathlon yesterday and would like to say thanks for helping me with all your videos. I would have had, a lot tougher time if it wasn't for your help.

  7. Great content!! Just bought a bike so now I can get into tri! Your tips pointers and great knowledge of what to do and not to do are aiding my every step towards my first tri race!!

  8. Been working on making foam rolling more of a priority for me. Every time I do it I feel much better afterwards. I just need to work on being more consistent

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