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Video: Ironman Bike Workouts With Chris Lieto

  • By Steve Godwin
  • Published September 27, 2012
  • Updated November 5, 2013 at 1:00 am

Three-time Ironman winner Chris Lieto welcomed us and Ironman Hall of Fame member Bob Babbitt to his home in Kona, the site of the Ironman World Championship, to give us an inside look at his training. In the first video of the four-part series, Lieto provided open-water swimming advice. In the video above, Lieto shares a bike interval workout on the famous stretch of the world championship course up to Hawi.

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