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    WOMEN FIRST SWIMMING is a year-round program open to women of all ages and abilities who are looking to improve their form and endurance while also enjoying the fun and comraderie of a women-only class. Many of the women in the program are training for triathlons or open water swims.
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Lisa’s New Book

Posted by sara on November 4, 2006

Coach Lisa has a new book! She will have copies available for sale and signing at the first practice on November 11th.

Information from the publisher’s site.

Information from Amazon.com.

More about the book…

Triathlon for Women aims to guide, educate and inspire women of any level how to get the most out of their triathlon endeavors, whether they are getting started with triathlons, moving on to develop as a smiling finisher at longer distance events, or emerging to a higher level of excellence in triathlon racing.

The book includes aspects of fitness and skill development, smart nutrition choices, strength training, race planning, and mental aspects and it goes beyond the theories and science with a more thorough mind-body-spirit approach that raises the interests and enjoyment of all women who seek fulfilling triathlon lives.
This uniquely written book aims to bring to life the complete Ironwoman – empowered to conquer longer distance triathlons with mind, body and spirit.

Lisa Lynam, B.Sc, M.A., MBA, is a nine-time Ironman finisher, former Canadian National triathlon team member, and Level 2 Triathlon coach. She has been directing women’s triathlon clinics for 10 years and coaching triathletes for 9 years, helping hundreds of first timers succeed in getting to the finish line of sprint to Ironman triathlons.
As a writer, she has been a regular contributor to both Triathlete Magazine and Inside Triathlon for 12 years, as well Ironmanlive.com more recently. From 2001-2003, she founded and directed the MultiSportswomen Series in Austin, Texas, which included women’s only running, cycling and adventure events. Lisa spends her time living between Austin and Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.


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