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Robs Blog: 100 x 100 swim: Race report

So I did a 10k swim the other day.

I know! A 10k swim! In a pool! 100×100’s!

In case you’re trying to work it out that’s 400 lengths of a 25m pool. I’d been talking about doing this swim for probably a year or more and Patrick my swimmer mate had been keeping the pressure on me.

Click on through to read how it went…

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Best Of The Month In Ironman

I’ve found a couple of interesting Ironman articles online this month. Click on through to learn just how much is a weak swim costing you in Ironman. Why race entry fees are causing Dan Empfield of Slowtwitch problems. Just what is Irondog? And we also look at what have been the two most popular articles this month rights here on Tricoach.ie

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Ironman Training: 20 Things I Did To Improve My Swim

Swim Improvements

 

A number of years ago I read about an idea that the Sky Pro Cycling team working under Dave Brailsford used as part of their strategy to become the best cycling team in the world. They called it marginal gains.

In a follow up to my post We Might As Well Win I look at Sky Pro Cycling Teams marginal gains Program.

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Kona Qualification: 10 Things Needed To Qualify

It’s why I love Ironman, There aren’t many sports that an average athlete can work hard and improve enough to get to the World Championships without having a massive Vo2 or some other physiological difference that makes them the best. Regardless of how many hours I trained I could never go from being a 2:57 marathoner to 2:15. I have neither the 10,000 hours done that might enable me to run at that level but more importantly I don’t have the required engine.  Read on for more

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Stretching The Limits Of Ironman Training

Rob Cillian

A number of years ago I read a book by Lance Armstrongs team manager Johan Bruneel called We Might As Well Win. While it’s since become obvious that they took the concept way past the point at which they should have stopped I still think there’s a very good lesson in it. Read on for more…

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