Monthly Archives: September 2012

  1. Race Review – Walk to Defeat ALS 2012


    September 30, 2012 by IowaTriBob

    Walk to Defeat ALS Event

    Because You Can… That was today’s theme at the 4th annual Walk to Defeat ALS in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.  I …
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  2. How to Avoid the Stress of Training


    September 27, 2012 by IowaTriBob


    When I first started training for triathlons this summer it was a great escape (of course after the 2-3 weeks …
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  3. Yankz! Sure Lace System Review


    September 24, 2012 by IowaTriBob

    Saucony Kinvara 3

    Sometimes it’s the simple things that make your day just a little easier and I would classify the Yankz! Sure …
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  4. How Healthy is Your Heart?

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    September 20, 2012 by IowaTriBob

    Triathlon Heart Check

    As I’ve began to learn more about heart rate zones and focus on heart rate training and monitoring, it made me …
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  5. Triathlon Swimming for a Beginner


    September 17, 2012 by IowaTriBob


    As I started thinking about triathlons early this year I had serious reservations and doubts which all revolved around one …
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  6. Triathlon Nutrition


    September 14, 2012 by IowaTriBob


    I’ve always been blessed with a somewhat high metabolism and have never had to pay much attention to what I …
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  7. It Finally Happened!


    September 11, 2012 by IowaTriBob

    Since buying a road bike this past summer, all my biking friends have warned me that it wasn’t a matter …
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  8. Aerobic Training – The Missing Link


    September 9, 2012 by IowaTriBob

    Typical Workout Heart Rate

    ** Updated:  For an updated post on Aerobic Training zones and how to correctly determine them visit I’ve recently …
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  9. Garmin Quick Release Mount Forerunner 310XT Installation


    September 8, 2012 by IowaTriBob

    Forerunner 310XT Quick Mount Finished Product

    Every runner eventually finds the “need” to buy a GPS watch and heart rate monitor for various reasons.  After a …
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  10. Number One Reason to Do a Triathlon


    September 6, 2012 by IowaTriBob

    I just recently read a post “Rev3 Maine: My Gratitude Race” by Jamie at and it made me once again …
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