Training Tips for Strong Results

Are Your Habits Helping or Hurting Your Training?

Get Triathlon-Fit First Triathlon training is simple. All you need is enough swim, bike, and run volume and you’re ready to race. That is, if your main goal is to cross the finish line. But if your goal is to race fast, increasing your volume isn’t enough. In fact, getting faster is less about training…

Neglecting Your Nutrition is Risky Business

This infographic is based on hidden dangers of belly fat and ways to eat healthy in order to slim down and speed up. Let me know what you think and if you like it please share it. (click the graphic to view in full size)      

How to Beat Race Day Stress

Over the years I’ve talked with and observed a countless number of athletes while they were milling around the transition area waiting for the race to start.  Rarely has anyone said they feel fully prepared to tackle the day. More often you’ll hear worry; that they should have logged more training so they’d feel confident…

Seven Steps to Triumph at Your Next Triathlon

Do you want to shuffle to the finish line or finish strong at your next race? If you’re like me then you want to kick butt and collect your finisher’s T-shirt and medal knowing you came prepared and gave it your all.  This means you’ll have to do more than log the minimum swim, bike,…

Period Problems… Not Just For Women

The minute you proclaim to the world (or even if you mutter to yourself) that you are signing up for a race, if you are like most folks you will pull together a training plan that will get you ready to roll. From the very start, a periodized nutrition plan should be devised right along…