Swim Bike Run Product Description Gain a competitive edge with the new triathlon training manual from top professional triathlete Wes Hobson. Swim, Bike, Run contains all you need to know to be successful in triathlons of any length, from Sprint to Olympic to Ironman. With years of professional experience to guide you, youíll be racing smarteróand faster. Swim, Bike, Run will teach you how to refine your technique in all three disciplines, making you a more efficient competitor. Youíll find out how to use the latest technology and choose the right equipment to enhance your training and racing. Training programs are presented for all three distances and can be customized to ensure that you are getting the optimal quality from your workouts. Youíll also find information on ï balancing workouts to avoid injury and staleness, ï nutrition tips, ï mental training, ï choosing the right event, and ï planning your season. Hobson also shares his wealth of experience to teach you winning race strategy and gives tips for your perfect race-day preparation. If youíre motivated to improve your triathlon performance, add knowledge and experience from a top professional to your arsenal and maximize your training with Swim, Bike, Run. About the Author Wes Hobson is one of the top triathletes in the United States and has been for the past decade, ranking in the U.S. top five at the Olympic distance since 1990. A member of the U.S. national team from 1997 to 1999, he was the bronze medalist at the 2000 ITU North American championships. He has won more than 30 triathlons in his professional career, including the 1999 Escape From Alcatraz triathlon. A graduate of DePaul University with a degree in economics, Hobson and his wife Jennifer reside in Boulder, Colorado. Clark Campbell is the head menís and womenís swimming coach at the University of Evansville in Indiana. He spent seven years as a professional triathlete. He was the 1986 national long Course Champion and the runner-up in the United States Triathlon Series national championship in 1990. He has been a collegiate swimming coach since 1992, including stops as an assistant coach at Kansas and Minnesota before coaching at Evansville. Campbell holds a B.S. in exercise science from the University of Kansas and an M.S. in physical education/athletic coaching from West Virginia University. He and his wife, Cassie, reside in Newburgh, Indiana. A competitive age-group triathlete and race director, Mike Vickers owns Lawrence Triathlon, Inc., a sports management company that runs the LMH Triathlon in Lawrence, Kansas, and the USAT national championship in St. Joseph, Missouri. He and his wife, Caylen, live in Lawrence, Kansas.