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  • 26 Jan 2017 12:31 PM | Elias Macias (Administrator)

    We have a new tab with a TriWI Calendar where we will post all activities. It is up-to-date with the most recent information.

    There are many things still being added.

    Find it here: TriWI Calendar

  • 28 Nov 2016 12:42 PM | Elias Macias (Administrator)


    All proceeds from your admission go to the NCAA Concordia University Women's Triathlon Team!

    You will be supporting one of only eight NCAA women’s triathlon teams in the country.

    Click HERE for the direct link to sign up for this incredible event.

    Be sure to sign up NOW since space is limited.


  • 20 Nov 2016 3:38 PM | Elias Macias (Administrator)

    TriWisconsin has partnered with the Milwaukee Cycling Center to offer our members a great opportunity this winter and spring to workout and improve their cycling fitness. 

    Please see our WORKOUTS/ROUTES tab for more information.

  • 20 Oct 2016 12:04 PM | Elias Macias (Administrator)


  • 12 Oct 2016 12:03 PM | Elias Macias (Administrator)

    We have recieved the second Sugoi order. People that placed an order will get an email soon about pick up or delivery options.

    Thanks!

  • 25 Aug 2016 2:34 PM | Elias Macias (Administrator)

    Yes, you're reading right. We finally have received the RS Shorts from Sugoi and they look awesome!

    We will have them at the TriWI picnic this Sunday 8/28/2016 at Estabrook Beer Garden.


  • 01 Aug 2016 9:11 AM | Elias Macias (Administrator)

    Due to construction Ironman Wisconsin bike course for 2016 will be slightly different than previous years. 

    You can click on the link below to go to their website and look at the new course.

    Ironman Wisconsin 2016 Bike Course

    Note: we will be doing the new bike course on our upcoming IM Course Ride #2. Go to the events sections to find all the details!


  • 26 Jul 2016 1:28 PM | Elias Macias (Administrator)


    We have opened the Sugoi 2016 Store again for any reorders. The store opened today (July 26, 2016) and will close on Wednesday August 3, 2016 at midnight.

    Click on the link below to get to our store!

    https://www.sugoicustomorder.com/triwi2016reorder


  • 09 Aug 2015 6:05 PM | Alain De Leon (Administrator)


    actually article is from Matt Twieg....checking to see how the view is cut off

    An athlete's body has enough carbohydrate stores to fuel about 60 to 90 minutes of endurance exercise. So, as you exit the swim you are most likely already in a calorie deficit. Start fueling during transition or within the first 10 to 15 minutes on the bike. Popular options are some sports drink, gel, or small snack.  These all help replenish your carbohydrate stores as you ramp up for the next leg of the race.

    You may not feel hungry after the swim, but you still need to fuel. You can manage your carbohydrate load by fueling consistently and often. The recommended calorie range for exercise lasting over three hours is 45 to 90 grams of carbohydrate (180 to 360 calories) per hour. That means calories—double check that your sports nutrition is not calorie free !  Calorie-free nutritional supplements do not provide true energy; fuel means calories! Try to consume a combination of liquid calories and solid calories.

    Water - make sure you are consuming enough water throughout the race to maintain proper hydration.  Water also helps with absorption of your nutrition.  In addition. It also keeps your core cool when the temperatures rise.

    For most athletes, the bike leg is the easiest time to consume solid food. Based on the calorie goals you determine during training, try to settle into your fueling rhythm for the duration of the race. Every athlete fuels differently.  Some athletes like to fuel every 15 to 20 minutes.  Others will focus on consuming a specific amount of calories by a certain point time period or distance in the race. If you haven't already, Dedicate some time over the next few weeks during your training to find the method that works for you.

  • 09 Aug 2015 5:57 PM | Alain De Leon (Administrator)

    We are rocking a new website for 2016!  We will have new features such as membership profiles (you get to manage your own profile, emails and such).  

    more details to come!

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