Average to Amazing Triathlon is a great book for any triathlete who is looking for better results. With the perfect combination and inspiration you will be on the path to greatness.
The author Mariana Correa is a former professional athlete and certified sports nutritionist that competed successfully all over the world. She shares years of experience both as an athlete and a coach bringing a priceless perspective. This book goes beyond the subject of Triathlons. It inspires you to excel, and dare to dream beyond your abilities. Every aspect to succeed is explained including mental training, hydration, nutrition and much more. After listening to this book you will be on your way to be healthier, fitter and happier.
Swap out the word triathlon - replace with any sport you like. It's only about mindset not anything particular to triathlon. Narration sounds computerised painful to listen too. Plenty of other triathlon books to read don't waste your time and money
Some of the stuff she had to say was worth while, but it's hard to get over the monotone guy reading it and she is really talking about tennis.
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I'm sorry, but I can't get past the robotic tone that Rudi reads this book in. I tried several times to get past it, but after 10 and 15 minutes into the book on several attempts I just can't listen to it anymore. Don't get this audible... go out and get the book.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Ideas in the book are not the most original, but rather obvious ones. Some of them might be useable by some people in real life. I didn't like the strange accent and the boring robotical voice of the narrator.
I can't really review the book on content because I could not get past 10mins of the narrator. Not sure why I didn't listen to the preview like I usually do, but whoever is reading this should find another line of work!
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This is almost unbearable to listen to for longer than 5 minutes. The narrator speaks in a monotone voice with a German accent that makes triathlon seem easier than listening.
Good info. well read lots of details. I liked it a lot. get it. wont regret
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