Coach Eric Neilsen & Triathlete Sarah Piampiano share their Why

Last week pro triathlete Sarah Piampiano and a group of other triathletes got the chance to have a training session on the Vasa Swim Erg with Coach Eric Neilsen. After their session we asked them what their “Why” is. Thank you Eric and Sarah for sharing.

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Eric Neilsen

Sarah Piampiano

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Remember, sharing your ‘Why’ with us on Facebook or Twitter could with you this $2,000 Vasa Swim Erg. Share your Why, inspire others and create your own Ripple Effect. #vasarippleeffect

 

 


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