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Nick Diaz, UFC, MMA, Triathlon, Push Yourself, Dedication, Determination, Motivation, Encouragement, Fitness, Swim, Bike, Run, Iron Man, Marathon, Personal Training,

Nick Diaz, UFC, MMA, Triathlon, Push Yourself, Dedication, Determination, Motivation, Encouragement, Fitness, Swim, Bike, Run, Iron Man, Marathon, Personal Training,

A super simple 16-week Ironman 70.3 triathlon training plan by Matt Fitzgerald - from Triathlete.com

A super simple 16-week Ironman 70.3 triathlon training plan by Matt Fitzgerald - from Triathlete.com

road-to-ironman diet. I have no intention of doing an ironman race, but the diet has got to be better than what I eat on an average day.

road-to-ironman diet. I have no intention of doing an ironman race, but the diet has got to be better than what I eat on an average day.

I don't know when I will achieve this goal but one day I will complete an iron man. Starting small first with a 5K.

I don't know when I will achieve this goal but one day I will complete an iron man. Starting small first with a 5K.

man triathlon iron man athlete biker cyclist bicycling biking in silhouette on white background

man triathlon iron man athlete biker cyclist bicycling biking in silhouette on white background

70.3 Ironman...truly the hardest thing I've ever done in my life. I did it 2 years ago....and I'm still sore. :)

70.3 Ironman...truly the hardest thing I've ever done in my life. I did it 2 years ago....and I'm still sore. :)

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Ceepo #venom l #carbon frameset triathlon iron man - ex demo / ex cervelo #design, View more on the LINK: http://www.zeppy.io/product/gb/2/182092815227/

24-WEEK IRONMAN TRAINING PLAN  The following schedule uses a 3:1 training ratio. Training volume is built up over the first three weeks, which is followed by a week’s recovery.

24-WEEK IRONMAN TRAINING PLAN The following schedule uses a 3:1 training ratio. Training volume is built up over the first three weeks, which is followed by a week’s recovery.