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How to gear up for a triathlon

Due to the versatility and accessibility for all age groups, triathlon has become one of the most popular and rapidly growing sports among athletes. It means that there is truly an event for everyone. However, one of the most common challenges a tri athlete face is that they may be strong in one area whether bike, swim, or run, and weaker in others.
It makes it difficult to decide which area they should focus on. The best way is to alternate and train each of the triathlon areas to make it more enjoyable and easier to master your skills. You should take the time to learn different courses of the race you have chosen and do a lot of practice for swimming, biking, and running.
Each triathlon consists of swimming, cycling, and running. One of the important aspects of a good race is to equip you with the right gear. Sport2people, Gymstick, Olive, and Sklz offer the best range of training accessories for triathlon. Heres an overview of how to gear up for a triathlon.

Tri swimming gear

A triathlete swimmer should have a good quality swimsuit, swimming cap, and goggles.

Tri cycling gear

For cycling, the triathlete should have a bicycle whether road, mountain, or triathlon specific, bike shoes, helmet, sunglasses, socks, tools, race belts, cycling gloves, and some nutrition. These are the basic items you must have before leaving for the race.

Tri running gear

Tri running training accessories includes high quality running shoes, compression clothing, hydration belt, fitness tracker, hat, sunscreens, arm, and leg warmers, energy drinks, or supplements.

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