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As he exits transition, he strides purposely forward, wearing both his game face and his bike helmet. Stupid mistakes happen. Particularly in a sport with three different disciplines four if you count transitions; five if you count the pre-race vacuum-packing of flesh into wetsuit and lots of rules. But many errors are avoidable, especially with a little pre-planning plan for your best event ever with our Big Book of Training. We asked three coaches what "oopsie" moments they see most often, even among experienced athletes.
Tired of time-consuming transitions? Then good news! I would ask though that everyone taking part is careful with where they put their limbs when performing swimming strokes.