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Old 29-07-2013, 08:17 AM
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Your first brick is always interesting. Spinning in an easy gear at the end of a the ride (needs to only be the last 500m or so) for a sprint is a common tip as it does get your legs ready for the run.

I don't know if you've got a GPS watch or similar but half the problem when you first start running is speed perception. Much like when you come off a motorway into a residential area and it feels like you are crawling Triathlon suffers from the same. It's easy to perceive yourself as running really slowly at the start of the run but you may in fact be going off far too fast and that is more likely what is causing your issue.

Once you've had a walk and get going again your perception is back in check and you're then running at a more sensible speed.
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