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The Triathlon Training Trifecta

Whether you’re aiming to take the podium at your next race or you just want to be stronger and leaner in general, these three workouts will help you build a body that can swim, run, and ride farther and faster.

You have two options: Do all three workouts as one large triathlon workout, or simply add one workout to your normal routine. If you’re trying to get stronger on the bike,

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