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Time Window. People see the TriathlonTrialLawyer with an odd looking device on his racihng goggles. Is it a directional laser ? Is it an echo-location device ? Is he a cyborg ? NO – it’s the amazing “Time Window” a swim goggle timer. These ingenious devices, manufactured by Harry Linden, have been on the market for over 12 years. Harry Linden (lindensys@aol.com) LINDEN SYSTEMS, ATTN: Harry Linden, 146 South Sierra Vista Road, Santa Barbara, CA 93108 (Tel. 805-969-1895)

Newton running shoes have a unique feel as soon as you put them on, as they promote forefoot running. Not a good idea for heel strikers (or “heel-toe” running style), “toe strikers” like the TriathlonTrialLawyer have found them to be a good fit. In fact, TheAthletesLawyer has yet to get blisters racing in his Newtons, no matter how hot the weather or the competition ! Landau wants you to know that they are very expensive, and come with a lot of unnecessary shwag. The TriathlonTrialLawyer hopes that as sales increase, the price will come down. www.newtonrunning.com

Center Snorkel, Zoomers, metronome, etc. Finis has all the “weird” swim products you’ll ever need to keep you laps interesting. The toys Finis offers make swimming “almost fun,” says the TriathlonTrialLawyer Doug Landau. The durable training aids almost make me forget the anoxia and the fact that I’m getting lapped. www.finisinc.com Manufacturer of Leading Swim Brands Finis, Zoomers, Lane 4, SwiMP3

Aqua jogger belt. http://aquajogger.com. The AquaJogger® buoyancy belt comfortably suspends you at shoulder level in deep water allowing you to breathe normally and move freely while performing a wide variety of water aerobics exercise. TriathlonTrialLawyer Doug Landau has been running in deep water (and shallow) for 20 years since suffering a fractured foot and ankle. He finds this form of non-impact exercise recuperative and limbering. If you have an overuse injury like shin splints, stress fractures, iliotibial band pain, heel spurs, etc., this can be a great alternative exercise to “pounding the pavement.”

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