Triathlon for the Every Woman: You Can Be a Triathlete. Yes. You.

Triathlon for the Every Woman: You Can Be a Triathlete. Yes. You.


By (author) Meredith Atwood, Preface by Bree Wee, Preface by Chrissie Wellington


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  • Publisher: Tricycle Books
  • Format: Paperback | 440 pages
  • Dimensions: 152mm x 226mm x 30mm | 699g
  • Publication date: 18 November 2012
  • ISBN 10: 0615698069
  • ISBN 13: 9780615698069
  • Illustrations note: black & white illustrations
  • Sales rank: 311,418

Product description

Triathlon for the Every Woman is a hilarious and informative read--full of expert advice, training tips, and stories to turn a tired, busy woman into a tired, busy woman TRIATHLETE--no matter her size, age or place in life. Meredith Atwood, an overweight and overworked wife, mother and attorney, went from the couch to the finish of a half Ironman triathlon in a little over a year. Her book, full of contributions from expert coaches, nutritionists and athletes, takes the reader through the disciplines of swimming, biking and running. In addition, the book includes comical accounts of battling the scale and the balancing act of training with a spouse, kids and a full-time job. The book will inspire and entertain-- and have even the busiest of women taking on the challenge of swimming, biking and running. Even for those lacking in time, motivation or hope, Triathlon for the Every Woman will turn everything around and make any woman a believer.

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Author information

Meredith Atwood, better known in the blog world as "Swim Bike Mom," is a writer and attorney. In just over a year, she went from super fat to the finish line of her first half Ironman triathlon. Since that time, she has finished several half marathons, dozens of triathlons, including Ironman Coeur d'Alene in 2013. Her blog, is a girl's best friend--and a male triathlete's guilty pleasure. She is a USA Triathlon certified coach and contributing writer for Triathlete Magazine, and is tackling two Ironman distance races in 2015. Meredith lives in the burbs of Atlanta, Georgia with her husband, two kids, and a raging peanut butter obsession.