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Now Lance is set to make a full return to racing in 2009 with the Astana pro cycling team after retiring 3 years ago.
What does this have to do with you as a triathlete?
You are about to find out…
Following are 3 unique ways that triathletes can benefit from Lance Armstrong’s personal experiences and training.
In this 3-part series, you will find the following articles…
Part 1: Lance the Cyclist
The secret to Lance Armstrong’s training: Lactate Threshold Training
Part 2: Lance the Survivor
Why all triathletes should seriously ponder the issue of cancer
Part 3: Lance the Scientist
How Lance Armstrong turned endurance sport training into a discipline of applied science
I’m over 40 years old, but I don’t give up easily. It wasn’t too long ago that I was exploring the idea of doing my first triathlon. If I can do it, you can too! I'm proof that with a little determination and training, you can get a great deal of fulfillment participating in marathons, triathlons… even ultramarathons.