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How Taren lost 65lbs With Triathlon Training

Triathlon Taren’s 65lbs weight loss transformation story with triathlon, gluten-free eating, vegan meals, and cutting back drinking. After completing a triathlon swim training session Taren gets into the office and tells the story about how he became a triathlete and lost 65lbs over 7 years.

New to Triathlon Taren: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWpwOMNJWlc&index=1&list=PL_mMJdHlxQ3v2T8qP734UmCWIsYg14CU0&t=11s
Triathlon Training Tips: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FdDZSsFxwgQ&list=PL_mMJdHlxQ3uwJzm8stxTT7zNDeyl7nRu&index=1
Triathlon Swimming Technique: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TzC6RCzramo&index=1&list=PL_mMJdHlxQ3veuyA-O7wbg-r3T-ami4qB

Website: http://www.triathlontaren.com
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AWESOME story! I have a question. What do you think about race weight and how should you estimate your correct weight for racing?

Is swimming enough to get fit or should be with biking ..
Many thanks

Yeah T-man!!! Amazing real life inspiration! Love your stats and how it make everyone realize that its achievable!

hi , great motivation from you and i m sure you ve inspired many out there ! keep going 🙂

awesome video, relates much

In have been following your channel for a coulple month now, but today i decided to watch some of your old videos like this one. Got a tell you, things have change alot from shooting the videos in your living room to the nice pain cave/headquarter that you have now, keep at it, nice job. Well, related to this video, i can relate to your story!. I was 277 lbs at my heaviest, now down to a fairly stable 168-170. Always been invoved with sports but i had always had an issue with weight. Finally in sept 2016 i decided to have gastric bypass surgery and this is how my dramatic weighloss started. One day at a spinning class a buddy of mine started nagging about signing up for a 5k. I have never been a runner and probably never ran more than 1 mile on a treadmill before. I eventually decided to sign up and in oct 2017 did my first race. At the end my first thought was, hum!! I did not die doing it and did it in 28 min!! Signed up for a 2nd one 1 month later and did it almost 2 min faster. I started to get hook on this. Ran a 10k week after. Fast forward, both my brothers have been doing triathlons so one of them wanted for me to go on a bike ride with him. I have NEVER been on a road bike before or have clip up shoes on a bike, so i was scared to death about it, fost half an hour was trying to make sure i didnt kill myself. Liked it so much that i then decided to get a bike and train for my first duathlon that next april in 2018. Since then i have been obsessed with racing!!!. 2 sprints, 2 olimpics, 2 duathlon (hit podium for age group on my last), 2 half marathon, just did my 3rd marathon last weekend, plus multiples 5 and 10k. Im down to a 406 marathon, want to get under 4 hours by the end of the year. All thjs has been in the last 1.5 years, i just cant stop training and racing. Signed up for my first half ironman in june, very exited about this (once i get out of the water!!!). Overall it has been great, hopefully in the next 2-3 years i can get my full one in, still working on adapting my body to the longer distances specially due to my limited nutrition due to the surgery. For me is not about finishing, that i know i can do, is all about giving it all and trying to get a decent time in. Keep doing what you do, you are a good advocate for the sport!!!

Sprint Triathlon on April 28th!!! Excited to get back into it after 11 years. When I was 22, I did a sprint tri and didn’t have a clue what I was doing. After that triathlon, I didn’t go back to the gym, I ate whatever and played video games on the couch for 11 years. But, now I’m back! With a renewed sense of health and fitness and a focus and inner motivation that is driving changes in my lifestyle. A triathlon lifestyle!

No way! I have celiac disease as well!

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