Triathlon for the Every Woman is a hilarious, fun 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.
©2012 Meredith Atwood (P)2013 Meredith Atwood
mlilllizard, 51 year old divorced female from OK
Absolutely! I wish there was a way I could get my friends to sit down and listen for a few minutes, to get them hooked as well.
This is a REAL person with issues I can relate to. Not unattainable, just lots of hard work.
I love the dry humor and wit that kept me interested while I was learning valuable tips on becoming a triathlete should I accept the challenge. I have just enough exposure to cycling to really appreciate her references to the queen for example. So motivational to listen to someone ordinary become extraordinary!
This is the second time I've listened to this book - noteworthy bc I almost never listen to books more than once. I love it and highly recommend this book to anyone - triathletes, those wishing to become triathletes, and those who are simply ready for a change. Thank you Swim Bike Mom for sharing your challenges and triumphs!!
- Realistic perspective
The author is really the only character, other than her trainer and husband she talks about.
She isn't a bad reader. I just don't think she has the same sense of humor as the author that let her emote the subject the way the author would have.
"Move yout butt"
The narrator and the author are so up beat and not in the slightest bit pretentious.
I Googled 'prairie dogging' .....Eww!
Just the right amount of emotion (some sports narrator's go over the top) and emphasis
Looking for something to motivate me to get fit. This one had the best preview.
Although i have no intention of having children or getting married. This book still works for me.
I used to be young and fit like the author, now i am old and wobbly and want to do something exciting with my life.
I have listened to this book three times in one sitting (i was preparing for my motivation to kick in) i walk with this playing, cook with this playing and even exercise with it.
I shall never look at a stationary bicycle the same way again
"a triathlon guide for beginners"
This book is not for women only, but for anyone who knows nothing about triathlons and believes that they cannot do it or that partecipating in a thriatlon is for other people...
Telling her personal story with humour the author made me understand that I can do it too...that I can get there too,
She gives every detail you need to know about triathlons to actually get set for one, from gear to training ideas to any possible information and trick.
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