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Strength Training Cycling And Other Fitness Guides: Triathlon Training Edition - Triathlon Training Edition - cover

Strength Training Cycling And Other Fitness Guides: Triathlon Training Edition - Triathlon Training Edition

Speedy Publishing

Publisher: Speedy Publishing Books

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As a triathlete, your body needs to be at its most conditioned state all year long. You know that missing a day of strength training might lead to an unfinished race. This boxed set of three books is dedicated to triathletes like you. Discussed in the pages of the books are techniques on cycling, strength training and general fitness.

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