The word “Failure” can feel pretty heavy sometimes. Most of us are afraid of it, some of us can’t measure the differences between a failure and a limiter. The fact is success and failure go hand in hand. If you want to achieve your goals, you have to take risks and you have to go through the ordeal of embracing failure.
It was noon. I was lying around in my bed, shivering in cold and suffering through a headache. My mind slowed down, replaying all the moments and was thinking about what I could have done differently. Oceanman Thailand turned out to be a disaster and I was struggling to accept that outcome.
There are various challenges in triathlon but the one which haunts most aspiring triathletes is the fear of swimming. It’s natural for those who can’t swim and but even those who can swim, they too get panicked in the water. Fear not, you may be the most novice swimmer yet you can master it very quickly.
There are things you can never prepare for no matter how much you try. Only a few hours left before my IRONMAN 70.3 attempt but I couldn’t calm myself down. It was time for another adventure, the IRONMAN 70.3 Bintan in Indonesia.
Ever noticed during training that you can not keep the heart rate lower even though you are not pushing as much as you would like to? This is where training and heat adaptation comes in.
Endurance sports have been lagging behind in Bangladesh when you compare it to the other sports such as Cricket, Football, etc. How about Triathlon then? That is the sole reason why the BD Triathletes community exists.
Very often people ask me: “How long does it take to return to training after an injury?” Or “How can I get my fitness back?” The frustration is very typical, and rightly so. Months and months of hard work can so easily be undone in a matter of moments. The good thing is you can go back to your previous fitness.
It’s Friday morning, finally some respite after a long work week. Being a triathlete, I’m supposed to feel happy about the upcoming vacation. The moment I woke up in the morning, I felt crap as hell. My body totally broke down and felt a little feverish.
The holy month of Ramadan is almost upon us and it’s going to take a toll on us in this searing heat. Most importantly, triathlon training in Ramadan becomes such a headache during this time due to fasting and schedule changes.
Training for a triathlon is a complex puzzle. We tend to forget the fact that Triathlon is one sport, not three sports combined. Hence, you need to make sure your training reflects this point, especially when it comes to running training for triathlon.