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Racing multiple 70.3 Half Ironman and Ironman events in one season
February 25, 2015

By Craig Alexander.

Can you race multiple events in one season? Of course you can!
In this video Crowie explains a range of factors to take into account when deciding on your racing schedule for the season.

Planning is the number one item on his list.
He also talks about a range of other factors including:
– Planning a key race
– The build up to your race (8, 12 or 16 weeks lead up)
– Using you training and fitness to race multiple times and getting the best bang for your buck
– Recovery after a race
– Speed work
– Energy systems
– Racing smaller lead up races
– Work, family commitments, travel, destinations, lifestyle
– Fatigue
– Motivation
– One size does not fit all
– Experience
– Listening to your body
– Reassessment
– Being flexible
– Being in physically and mentally good shape
– Injury and illness

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