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Whole New Adventure

Forewarning! This post is getting personal. I may have even teared up once or twice in overwhelming excitement while typing away. My wife, Hollie, says I’m her sensitive guy and I’m not denying it. If you want to skip the mushy details and jump blindly on board with the new adventure go ahead and […]

2016-12-16T11:31:02+00:00 Categories: News|3 Comments

The Intensity Diet Challenge

What if you could improve the following laundry list of issues?

  • Injury
  • Over-training
  • Fatigue
  • Reduced mental focus
  • Increased irritability
  • Lack of time

That would be a good day right?

Now what if you could make those improvements by doing less?

Um, sign me up!

Over a decade of working with athletes of all kinds again and again I have seen lack of recovery be the […]

2016-12-08T22:24:09+00:00 Categories: Training|Tags: , |2 Comments

5 Steps to Hollow Rock

The Hollow Rock is a core exercise often found in CrossFit and gymnastic workouts. It is also beneficial for endurance athletes, but I rarely see it used by runners, cyclists or triathletes. The movement recruits muscles deep in the core which are often missed during traditional ab workouts. Training these muscles will increase core stability during pretty much […]

2017-05-03T09:29:03+00:00 Categories: Training|Tags: , |0 Comments

My Decade of Heart Rate Monitors and GPS Training Units

I have worked with Heart Rate Monitors (HRMs) and other Electronic Training Partners (ETPs) for close to twenty years and in multiple sports for a wide range of goals. Needless to say I have picked up a few valuable lessons along the way. It makes sense, to me at least, to pass on along this insight so you can […]

2016-12-08T22:24:11+00:00 Categories: Reviews|0 Comments

Conquer Open Water Swim Fears

As race time nears triathletes make the journey toward open water. Some of us do so facing stifling fears. Today we are going to lay out steps you can take to conquer fears of the open water.

Baby turtles hatch and immediately head for open water. They are guided by generations of adaptation and lessons learned passed down […]

2016-12-08T22:24:12+00:00 Categories: Training|Tags: |2 Comments