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Digital Subscriptions > Stuff > June 2019 > #3 TRI YOUR BEST


Essentials for wannabe masters of triathlon and Ironman events


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Two truths all triathletes will recognise: you can’t always (be arsed to) train outdoors, but busting a gut indoors on the turbo trainer can be a special kind of torture. Zwift’s virtual training setup removes some of the monotony, transforming your time in the pain cave into something a whole lot more social, gamified and fun.

Setup is mercifully quick and easy – you just hook your bike and turbo up to a TV, tablet or smartphone. The bigger the screen the better the experience, and from there you can follow structured plans, tackle real-time training sessions or just spin your wheels on social rides, all on the virtual roads of Watopia and London. You can also arrange real-time meets with fellow Zwifters, chat with riders you pass en route and even unlock bonus bikes and jerseys by clocking up virtual miles. In addition to Zwift Cycling, runners can get in on the act too. All you need is access to a treadmill and a compatible footpod sensor, and you’re free to pound the virtual pavements and watch the two-wheelers whizz by

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