Triathletes do strength training but most ignore their respiratory muscles. Is this a mistake? Should triathletes be concerned with training their diaphragms to be stronger and have more endurance? The Airofit is one device that promises to do this but what does the science say? Beth Ashinsky and Elisabeth Sorenson are medical students who have managed to fit Ironman training in to their busy schedules and somehow succeed in all areas of their lives. How do they do it? They provide insights and perspective in part 1 of an interview with me. The Triathlete Routard heads for the desert outside of Phoenix and the popular Ironman Arizona.

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