Whether you are over 50 or simply approaching it, there are some keys to training and staying in shape that you MUST know in order to slow-down the aging process and allow yourself to train and race well into the future.
The four keys discussed in this episode, which are CRITICAL to a well-rounded training program and lifestyle are:
1. High-Intensity Interval Training (HIT)
2. Strength Training
On the surface, these seem to be CRITICAL to anyone who wants to be a triathlete. The truth is, the approach, demands and methods for these four are different than that of a younger athlete.
There are some really great questions from the Q&A Session, to include:
• Roberta joins the call and shares her experiences implementing these strategies with her training and racing
• Hours required for a 70.3 and IRONMAN for older athletes
• Strength training plans from magazines and DVD’s
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