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What You'll Get
Athleticism is more than dodging projectiles, wrangling mascots, and dropkicking a computer after it beats you in chess. Outfit yourself for adventure with today's Groupon: for $30, you get $60 worth of athletic apparel and gear at TriJungle.
Owned by a USAT triathlon coach, TriJungle's recently renovated and expanded storefront is stocked with all the top brands and gear to prepare male and female athletes for all their training needs. Train or rob banks in comfort and style after purchasing a pair of blue TYR Technoflex swimming goggles ($15.99) or Skins compression sport sox, which boost oxygen availability to the calf and lower leg muscles ($39.99). Throats stay hydrated and ready to race with the FuelBelt H20 hydration belt, a must-have for long training days, races, and taking business calls while operating a jackhammer ($41.99). Or, curb electrolyte cravings with the Saltstick mini electrolyte dispenser, which provides a quick energy boost and is the perfect size to stow safely in bicycle handlebars, race belts, or a newly permed hairdo ($19.99).
Novice steeplechasers and experienced athletes alike can learn about upcoming races, events, and triathlon training groups while shopping for their swim, bike, and running gear at TriJungle. In addition to training clothing and gear, the store stays stocked with sport drinks, supplements, and other nutrition necessities that ensure victory when marathon games of Monopoly last way past Grandma’s bedtime.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 14, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may purchase multiple as gifts. In-store only. No cash back. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
TriJungle suits athletes up with an extensive stock of cycling gear, running clothes, swimsuits, and performance-enhancing nutritional supplements. Staffer Magui boasts experience as a triathlete, marathon runner, and spin instructor, an impressive resumé that she taps to help customers select the right gear. She can also guide shoppers through the store's aisles of nutritional supplements, athlete-strength sunscreen, and ear-drying aids to use in the event they're squirted with the water gun that traditionally announces the start of a race.