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Six Common Mistakes Triathletes Make

  • By Joe Friel
  • Published Aug 18, 2012
  • Updated Aug 19, 2012 at 9:23 AM UTC
Photo: John Segesta

2. Too many hard days

Going into workouts tired means poor performance and little change in fitness.

The fix: To go truly hard in a workout, you must be ready. As the hard workouts get harder, the easy workouts must get easier. This means that the overall quality of training improves. And in turn, faster race times occur.

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