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Dave Scott on Post Race Fueling

On Tuesday, we shared Dave Scott’s tips and calculations for proper race and training nutrition.  After your race, it’s essential to replace glycogen stores and simple sugars.  According to Dave, it’s essential to consume proper nutrients within 15 to 45 minutes.  Just ...

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Dave Scott Video on Training and Racing Fueling

Many beginner triathletes simply load up on liquids, gels, and maybe a nutrition bar or two during their race.  While this might be doable in a sprint or even an olympic distance race, if you’re looking at a longer race ...

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Nation’s Triathlon–12 September 2010–Washington DC

The 5th Annual Nation’s Triathlon will be held in Washington DC on 12 September 2010.  The triathlon benefits the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, a group committed to curing blood cancers. The Nation’s Triathlon is going to be a beautiful race, both for ...

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Patriot’s Triathlon: Bath, PA

Here at FitEgg.com, we’re constantly searching for new events to share with our readers.  Today I discovered a triathlon and multisport events company called Piranha Sports.  Piranha Sports produces quite a few triathlons and duathlons in the mid-Atlantic area.  A sad note, ...

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Open Water Swimming (Video)–GatoradeUK

Between doing our gear reviews, we here at FitEgg spend quite a bit of time digging around the internets.  While it’s not really part of our training program, the good news is that we find some real gems of videos ...

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Callaway Gardens Triathlon Review

photo credit: Tony Crescibene The Callaway Gardens Triathlon is the oldest tri in the continental U.S. (27 years) and takes place at the absolutely gorgeous Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain, GA. It involves 1K swim in Robin Lake, 30K bike ...

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Profile Designs Splice Tri Shorts Review

Inexpensive and comfortable, but fade easily in chlorine

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Hartsville International Triathlon Race Report

After about 10 months of triathlon training, I took a pretty big step yesterday: I competed in the Hartsville International Triathlon.  The first two triathlons I completed were challenging and a lot of fun.  Both triathlons were Sprint distances.  The ...

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