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FREE PDF × BOOK Transformed by Triathlon The Making of an Improbable Athlete Ü JANE BOOTH è ❮PDF / Epub❯ ✅ Transformed by Triathlon The Making of an Improbable Athlete ❤ Author Jane Booth – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk Follow Jane Booth's humorous honest anDistance triathlon Celebrate her every victory from a skirmish with a wayward wetsuit to conuering her fear of falling off her bike Race alongside her as she battles to finish a ra This book is about a woman in her early 40s who decides that she wants to compete in triathlons I read this book a couple weeks ago as I was sitting around waiting for our first baby to be born and I'm still waiting I hoped it would inspire me to great athletic feats once I've had the baby or at least get in shape we'll have to wait and see However it was inspiring how she pushed herself to her physical limits and made me wonder if I'm pushing myself to my limits physical or otherwise But then I thought about the advantages and disadvantages of pushing yourself to the limit and what you and those around you really gain from such a thing Inconclusive

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Ce that lies at the outermost edge of her abilities And share Jane's unexpected discovery of how endurance sport changed her attitudes her aspirations and her whole approach to life Inspiring and funny For those who are contemplating doing a triathlon or really any other challenge in life

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Transformed by Triathlon The Making of an Improbable AthleteFollow Jane Booth's humorous honest and surprising journey from a woman who couldn't tell the front from the rear of her bike helmet to an athlete capable of competing in an Olympic Halfway through the book I wasn't sure what to think I expected a how to or a cheerlead triathlon book What I got was the story of a woman compelled to conuer a challenge she didn't uite understand I expected everything to go wonderfully and that triathlon would be represented as the most amazing experience ever Surprisingly this was not the case Jane shares every grueling struggle including a bad leg injury resulting in bouts of physical therapy and multiple brutal falls from her bike What I loved was that the story was so real In the end she was not transformed into a world class athlete Instead she found new friends new confidence and a new sense of self that gave her strength Triathlon is not about how you place or your time its about the accomplishment and the camaraderieThis book helped answer the uestion many of us ask ourselves; why am I doing this? Jane makes the answer so clear

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