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FitLegally’s Rachel Brenke to Represent Team USA at World Championships

Fredericksburg, VA – July 27, 2017: Rachel Brenke of the law firm Connors & Brenke and business consulting firm, The Brenke Group, LLC, will compete as a Team USA Athlete next month. On August 23-26, 2017, she will represent the Fredricksburg area when the multisport team travels to Penticton, Canada. Brenke will compete in the...
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How to Prepare for an Ironman Triathlon Newbie Tips

Top Ironman Triathlon Newbie Preparation Tips

Training for your first 140.6 Ironman Triathlon race is one of the most tiring, rewarding, daunting and exhilarating experiences ever.  At least for me!  I still enjoy every single athletic race I do, but Ironman’s have their own special place in my heart.  But bottom line. If you do the work, you’ve got this.  Put...
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Children's Triathlon Book

Tri with Mom by Rachel Brenke

Children watch their mothers do extraordinary things throughout their lifetimes.  Sometimes, they get inspired by the greatness they see.   This book is for triathlete moms (parents) to share their strength, unwillingness to give up and dedication to following through a challenge. Author and Triathlete, as well as our head honcho here at FitLegally, just...
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Nursing & Triathlon Training

Nursing & Triathlon Training

Just because you train for a triathlon doesn’t mean that you cannot continue nursing your young ones.  It just takes a bit more of a purposeful scheduling, an appropriate eating plan and listening to your body.   Workout Scheduling Nursing while training takes special and purposeful scheduling.  It is recommended to pump right before leaving...
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The Ultimate Triathlete’s Gear List

Here you will find our listing of the recommended Triathlete Gear based on your level type.  Remember, everyone’s preference will vary so we only speak from experience and do not guarantee the quality or success for use of these products. Remember, everyone’s preference will vary so we only speak from experience and do not guarantee...
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A Triathlete’s Open Water Swim Survival Guide

The discipline of swimming can be overwhelming, but when you add on open water swimming – many triathletes falter. Here is a survival guide of tips to open water swimming from an Ironman Finisher.   1. Be aggressive. I have been elbowed, kicked, pushed, and literally have had someone swim over me (REALLY scary). Something I...
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3 Top Triathlon Nutrition Tips

  If it’s stupid and it works, it’s not stupid. That’s the approach I took to my race nutrition for my 70.3 Ironman triathlon. My secret to success? Snickers. Seriously!! Snickers.  Most would think that a candy bar and a race promoting health and endurance would not mix, but for me it allowed me to...
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The Night-Before-Triathlon Preparation

As females we have a bit more preparation than men, that includes our hair!  Because of this my entire night-before-triathlon ritual was born.   Pairing this with my regular nutrition of water and an appropriately filled carbohydrated meal – I feel ready to rock.   #1 Baby Shampoo Use baby shampoo as a fog deterrent...
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5 Things I Learned at My First Triathlon

I started moving into the sport of triathlons by going with a mini-triathlon. It was super small, but I had been training so I figured that I would be ready to go.  I was ready, yet I learned some beginner lessons that I want to pass on to you. By having these tips in your...
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