Triathlons For Women

Author: Sally Edwards
Editor: Velopress
ISBN: 9781934030400
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A latest edition of a top-selling reference for women triathletes shares motivational advice for every stage of biking, swimming, and running competitions, in a volume that includes beginner training workouts, expanded coverage of technique development, and practical training exercises. Original.

Triathlon For Women Triathlon

Author: Lisa Lynam
Editor: Meyer & Meyer Verlag
ISBN: 1841261084
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Aims to guide, educate, and inspire women to get the most out of their sporting endeavours. This volume looks at various aspects of fitness and skill development, how to make the right nutritional choices for your body, and the physical and mental preparations needed for racing.

Ironfit Triathlon Training For Women

Author: Melanie Fink
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493016202
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Providing exactly what the fastest growing segment of the triathlon world yearns for, Melanie and Don Fink have created a complete training guide for women triathletes with highly efficient, easy-to-follow, multi-distance training programs. Women encounter all the same challenges as men in their triathlon training and racing, but there are a host of issues unique to them, issues about which most men don’t have a clue. From the stay-at-home mom to the professional woman, female triathletes face societal expectations, and unique physical and emotional concerns. Until now, there has been never been a go-to source of information and guidance. IronFit Triathlon Training for Women arms the woman triathlete with everything she needs to know to persevere and lays out exact step-by-step training programs to help her to achieve her goals. This book includes three training programs designed for women at the Sprint/Standard (a/k/a "Olympic") Distance, Half Iron-Distance, and Full Iron-Distance. Each program is presented at three levels: Competitive, Intermediate, and "Just-Finish." The reader can select the program for the race distance she wants to train for and the exact level, based on her individual competitiveness, experience, and available training time.

Inside Triathlon

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Bicycling

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Bicycling magazine features bikes, bike gear, equipment reviews, training plans, bike maintenance how tos, and more, for cyclists of all levels.

Working Woman

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Triathlon

Author: Joe Baker
Editor: Sport Psychology Library
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If you are a triathlete, coach, or someone interested in participating in an upcoming triathlon, Sport Psychology Library: Triathlon holds many answers to establishing and maintaining the mental discipline needed for what is certainly one of the most grueling and psychologically challenging events in all of sport. Guided by the expertise of Dr. Joe Baker and Dr. Whitney Sedgwick-both experienced, successful athletes and triathlon competitors - Sport Psychology Library: Triathlon summarizes current research and offers invaluable mental exercises to improve mental performance during triathlon training and competition.

The Complete Idiot S Guide To Women In Sports

Author: Randi Druzin
Editor: Prentice Hall Canada
ISBN: 9780130899408
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From Gertrude Ederle's historic swim across the English Channel to Billie Jean King's victory over Bobby Riggs in the Battle of the Sexes, The Complete Idiot's Guide to Women in Sports traces the opposition women athletes faced throughout history and catalogues their incredible achievements. This fun, fact-filled guide includes loads of fascinating quotes and trivia to test your knowledge, as well as complete "rules of the game" for each sport. -- The history of women's participation in Olympic games, from the first female spectators who were thrown off cliffs in ancient Greece, to the amazing female feats from the 2000 Summer games in Sydney, Australia. -- Groundbreaking champions, such as Babe Didrikson, Wilma Rudolph, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Gertrude Ederlem Billie Jean King, Martina Navratilova, and Manon Rheaume. -- Modern day superstars, including Tara Lupinsky, Mia Hamm, and Anna Kournikova. -- Emerging women's sports, such as boxing and race car driving.

Velo News

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Menstrual Irregularity And Associated Factors In Female Triathlon Participants

Author: Caroline Lee Shugart
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The Army Communicator

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The Women S Guide To Triathlon

Author: USA Triathlon
Editor: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 1492585319
File Size: 24,92 MB
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The Women’s Guide to Triathlon is the definitive companion for female triathletes. Authored by the national governing body of the sport, USA Triathlon, this landmark resource features expert instruction and personal insights from 20 of the world’s top female coaches and athletes: Rachel Sears Casanta Sarah Haskins Stacy T. Sims Siri Lindley Sage Rountree Sara McLarty Lindsay Hyman Margie Shapiro Melissa Mantak Tara S. Comer Melissa Stockwell Krista Austin Gale Bernhardt Wendy Francke Rebeccah Wassner Laurel Wassner Shelly O’Brien Melanie McQuaid Celeste Callahan Brenda Barrera With the latest research, proven techniques, and expert advice, this authoritative guide addresses the unique demands of today’s female triathletes. You’ll find the most effective strategies for training and competing through all of life’s stages; avoiding and overcoming common injuries; and balancing the constant demands of the sport, family, and work. For women, by women, The Women’s Guide to Triathlon is the one guide that every female triathlete should own.

Women S Sports

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The Complete Triathlon Endurance Training Manual

Author: Patricia Bragg
Editor: Health Science Publications
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Zenith 12000

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Women Who Tri

Author: Alicia DiFabio
Editor: VeloPress
ISBN: 1937716929
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What would you do if half your town caught triathlon mania? If you’re like Alicia DiFabio—a minivan-driving, harried mother of four small children whose daily look features stained yoga pants, a messy ponytail, and a big diaper bag—you would shrug your shoulders and try to hold on for that after-bedtime glass of wine. It was to her utter surprise that this middle-aged, out-of-shape mother found herself on the starting line of a triathlon. In Women Who Tri, DiFabio explores the triathlon phenomenon that has gripped her town and swept the nation. Her memoir is both inspiring and informative as it explores the popularity, psychology, subculture, and transformative power of triathlons among "ordinary" women. Set in a small New Jersey town that now hosts America’s largest women-only triathlon club, Women Who Tri weaves together the insights of a psychologist, the research of a journalist, and the deep insecurities of a daunted newbie. DiFabio shares her journey from nervous newcomer to triathlon finisher as she investigates one of the world’s most challenging and inspiring sports. She profiles women who have overcome challenges to become athletes and tri for themselves and to help others. Women Who Tri will entertain, enlighten, and inspire any triathlon enthusiast, from tri-addicts to the tri-curious.

Encyclopedia Of Recreation And Leisure In America Magazines Zoos Index

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Women In World History Mek N

Author: Anne Commire
Editor: Gale Research International, Limited
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"Locating information on women is difficult and the editors have done a fine job assembling and publishing information extant on individual women from many nations both living and dead. Because in some cases only birth, marriage, children, and death dates are known, the 10,000 articles vary in length according to the subject. If you haven't been able to answer reference questions on women, you need this set."--"Outstanding Reference Sources," American Libraries, May 2001.

Algebra

Author: Richard N. Aufmann
Editor: Houghton Mifflin College Division
ISBN: 9780618391844
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Based on the best-selling series by the Aufmann team, this hardcover text for the combined introductory and intermediate algebra course adheres to the formula that has made the Aufmann developmental texts so reliable for both students and instructors. The text's clear writing style, emphasis on problem-solving strategies, and proven Aufmann Interactive Method—in an objective-based framework—offer guided learning for both lecture and self-paced courses. The completely integrated learning system is organized by objectives. Each chapter begins with a list of learning objectives, which are woven throughout the text, in Exercises, Chapter Tests, and Cumulative Reviews, as well as through the print and multimedia ancillaries. The result is a seamless, easy-to-follow learning system. The Instructor's Annotated Edition (IAE) features a format rich with instructor support materials at point-of-use in the margins surrounding a reduced student text page. AIM for Success, a special Preface for Students, guides students in successful use of the text and walks them through the Aufmann Interactive Method (AIM). Suggestions for teaching AIM for Success as a lesson on the first day of class are available in the Instructor's Resource Manual. Prep Tests at the beginning of each chapter preview the prerequisite skills that will be needed. The answers to these questions can be found in the Answer Appendix along with a reference to the objective from which the review question was taken. The Aufmann Interactive Method (AIM), which enhances the presentation of every objective, features one or more sets of matched-pair examples that encourage students to interact with the text. The first example in each set is completely worked out; the matched Problem prompts students to practice concepts as they are presented in the text. Each Problem includes a reference to an Appendix in the back of the text where there is a completely worked-out solution. This immediate feedback reinforces the concept, helps to identify problem areas, and prevents frustration. Eduspace, powered by Blackboard, for the Aufmann/Lockwood Algebra: Beginning and Intermediate course features algorithmic exercises, test bank content in question pools, an online study guide, interactive tutorials for appropriate sections and video explanations.

Sport In Australian History

Author: Daryl Adair
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
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Australians are often said to be obsessed with sport, and playing and watching sport have long been regarded as national pastimes. Sport in Australian History is an innovative and exciting study of the political, economic, social, and cultural role that sport has played in Australia sinceEuropean settlement.The authors investigate many of the myths surrounding the place of sport in Australian culture. They demonstrate that, although Australians are far from unique in their fascination with sport, a historical study of their involvement -- both as participants and spectators -- can nevertheless tellus a great deal about Australian society. Indeed, in many respects, sport can be viewed as a microcosm of wider society, reflecting, for example, attitudes to violence and gender relations.Taking a thematic approach, the authors dwell on the values, ideas, and myths that have shaped the nations sporting culture over time. The book focuses on issues such as the sports industry; the place of women; the participation of groups not traditionally involved in mainstream Australian sport(such as Aborigines, the disabled, ethnic groups, and the aged); the influence of science and technology; and controversial topics such as violence, drugs, corruption, the law, and the role of childrens sport.Readers interested in sport, culture, recreation, and history will find much to enjoy in this challenging and thought-provoking book.