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#260 - Bad Habits of Triathletes and How To Break Them

Crushing Iron Triathlon Podcast

Release Date: 04/18/2019

It's all connected. What we eat affects how we feel and think, and with intense demands of training, triathletes can be especially vulnerable. Today we look at ways to keep yourself in check with diet, sugar, and over-training. 

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Topics:

  • New Ironman Coming to Midwest
  • Augusta 70.3
  • Chattanooga 70.3 
  • We Are Not Nutritionists
  • The Problem with Sugar
  • Triathlete Mood Swings
  • Why Weight Can Be Harder to control in long distance training
  • Training Dehydration 
  • Are you Eating Your Feelings?
  • Lost Motivation for Workouts
  • Why do we tend to dig training holes?
  • Most of us have a Yes problem
  • Are Triathletes Outgoing?
  • The power of saying No
  • The Like Purpose of Triathletes
  • There’s only so much we can do by ourselves

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