It went off so smooth, we never realized when it was over; thanks to all the participants, volunteers and spectators which made the event. With an addition of Olympic Distance and moving the Triathlon to Open Waters to outskirts of the city, we were little apprehensive about the participation as many had fear of Open waters, few had apprehensions about cleanliness of water etc etc, but having tested the water and arranging for Practice Swim a week earlier removed all apprehensions and to our surprise it became an International Event. We had participants from Scotland, Germany, Italy, Russia, Canada, Israel and others apart from Hyderabad, Mumbai, Chennai, Satara, Bangalore and many other places across India.
Event had three categories for Men and Women – Olympic Distance, Sprint and Novice. Youngest participant was 11 years old – Master Rohit Dewal, who cut the cake at the Finish line to celebrate the event.
Though the route for cycling and Running went through hills and made it a tough course, testing everyone’s endurance; everyone enjoyed the ride and had satisfaction on their faces at the Finish.
Potential always existed here but for the platform and opportunity. We look forward to take participants to new heights when it comes to next event… Await announcement !
Happy Swimming – Cycling – Running !
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Here comes 3rd edition of Mii Triathlon at Pune India, on 02 Mar 2014, with Olympic Distance and moving to Open Water Swim. For Pune its going to be the first time ever. Test your metal. We all can do it; just need a start somewhere. Pick up your Tri-Suit / Cycle and join in.
You have three categories – Novice / Sprint / Olympic Distance.
You can get details of the race at www.miitriathlon.com .
Registrations open on 03 Feb 2014.
Book your place now!
Happy Swimming – Cycling – Running!
It surprised me when I was reading about the Triathletes; they say average age of a Triathlete who participates for an Ironman race is 40! Can you believe this!
What does it mean; if translated otherwise – it means – As one gets older it makes us more tough.
It’s all Mental nothing Physical about it!
So don’t allow the thought of aging set in your mind; feel younger and go for it!!
Whichever side of Forty you are; We all can do it; Go for it.
Join us at www.miitriathlon.com
Been thinking on one of the reasons – why kids move away from Boxing at an early stage!!
Thought to share – One of the perspective
Many a times when parents get their kid for Boxing; their expectations are their kid should be able to learn Boxing in about 3 months time and want to see that kid in the ring for a competition… Yet to understand the outlook of the said parents..
Becomes difficult to convince most of them; not necessarily their kid will find a place for competition in the ring; the demands of Boxing are different – as a coach i would not like to put the kid in a ring for a competition without him / her being physically and mentally prepared for it. Yes one can put him or her for a sparring session but not the competition.. Doesn’t the kid deserve that extra time to understand the demands of Boxing and nuances of this special sport..
A loss in a Boxing match can be more traumatizing than a loss in Tennis. Here the kid gets a physical beating when he losses. Thus the recovery mentally and physically is different.. and this may get embedded in the kid’s mind so much; wherein he / she may carry that fear all through.. Would the parents like that to happen to the kid. I am sure the answer would be NO.
But then many a times the desire to see their kid in the competition may over-weigh the desire to groom the kid to take on life positively. This turns out (most of the cases) to make the kid move away from the wonderful game of Boxing to some other sport without having learnt the basics of the Boxing.
Wondering how do we tackle this..
Thought of sharing what training has been planned by us for next two weeks for 08 Dec Sprint Triathlon.
Mon – Swim – 1 km- Cycle – 10 kms – Run 3 kms
Tue – Cycle – 30 kms – Run – 10 kms
Wed – Swim – 1 km – Cycle 10 kms – Run 3 kms
Thu – Swim 1 km – Run 10 kms
Fri – Strength weight training
Sat – Swim 1 km – Cycle – 30 km – Run 10 kms
Sun – Rest
All these sessions need to start with a warm up for 15 mins and followed by cooling down stretching for 15 mins.
Jot down timings everyday..
Morning is the best time for workout; thereafter get home – relax – freshen up and go for work. and enjoy your day.:)
One needs to devise his or her own training schedule; as it suits him or her best, isn’t it that simple!
Go for it and you will enjoy it…
Happy Swimming – Cycling – Running!
Here comes Saturday workout!
Diwali festival commenced and hence double the workout with lot of sweets and snacks though out the day and days to come…
Jog / Walk 1 km
Surya Namaskar – 51 – (if you can’t then start with at-least 21, and if one can, go up to 108)
Followed by Asanas given in the picture. — Each Asan hold for minimum 1 min; keep breathing normal – last Asan i.e. Shavasan – for 5 mins
Aim – to get your body stretched properly from all angles and sides and recovery is complete from the weeks work out.
Sunday going to be a break day– Try something outdoors..
Why not go fishing this week!! Look for a water body and hang on!!
and Enjoy your Saturday and Sunday…
Wish you All and Your Family a Very Happy and Prosperous Diwali!!
Time to Enjoy is Now, Here and Always!
Here comes Friday workout: (missed to write for Thursday – will cover it later)
Jog / Walk -1 km
Warm Stretches – 10 mins
8 Stations: if you have a partner would be better – to have a appropriate break between sets.
Each station – 1 min – then break for a min and move to next station — hence it helps to work in buddy pairs — if not avoid making this as a aexcuse!!!!!!!!!
1st station – Step up and down – 2steps with throwing punches (with 1 lg dumbbells).
2nd station – Sit down with legs spread with back to each other and passing Medicine ball to each other.
3rd Station – Bench press (with barbell / dumbbells) with light weights – with speed…
4th station – Clean and Jerk – with light weight – with speed as much as possible
5th Station – Skipping
6th station – sit-ups
7th station – lunges
8th station – hammer
After doing 8 stations break for 3 min and go for another set — total 3 sets!!
Cooling down stretches – 15 min
And then enjoy your Friday!!
Time to Enjoy is Now – Here and Always!!