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Posted By: Ana | 12/28/2012 at 7:17 AM

Joining the club which is 70 miles away?

As I said in my previous topic, I'm bot too happy with my present club - they're mostly younger people training for shorter distances, while the training sessions are at the time when the professionals work (e.g. 10 AM), and 'older people' are not seen as a part of the "pack" (I'm 33, actually, they are in they early to mid 20s).

I do know & like people from a club which is 70 miles away from my city - they respect other people's jobs, they support training for longer distances (they actually have more than 20 Ironmans), but I'd have to train on my own, even if they sent me a programme.

Is that a good idea?