Motivational Quotes

1.  ‘First week you feel good, the second week you lose strength. Third week, ****ed’ – Per Pedersen, on the Tour de France 2. Training is like fighting with a Gorilla. You don’t stop when you’re tired. You stop when the Gorilla is tired. -Greg Henderson Team Sky 3. “To prepare for a race there is nothing better… Continue reading Motivational Quotes

25 Quotes to Help You Push Through Your Triathlon Training

So you’re training for your triathlon. Some days are tough. We get that. That’s why we’ve put together—in no particular order—this list of motivational quotes to keep in mind during your triathlon training. 1.      A good goal should scare you a little and excite you a lot. 2.      Don’t limit your challenges, challenge your limits.… Continue reading 25 Quotes to Help You Push Through Your Triathlon Training

What Motivates You?

noun: motivation; plural noun: motivations the reason or reasons one has for acting or behaving in a particular way. “escape can be a strong motivation for travel” synonyms: motive, motivating force, incentive, stimulus, stimulation, inspiration, inducement, incitement, spur, reason; informal carrot “his motivation was financial” o   the general desire or willingness of someone to do… Continue reading What Motivates You?

Another Blog On Know The Rules

I posted on this topic once before, but I have seen it coming up repeatedly on different social media groups. Questions about what is and isn’t legal, people asking about having a friend of family member handing them water bottles during a race, what is drafting, is it okay to wear someone else’s bib number,… Continue reading Another Blog On Know The Rules

What’s your story?

I have always been curious about what makes people tick. I like to hear peoples’ stories, especially stories about what brought them to endurance sports. We all have a story – something that pushed us, drove us, or motivated us to get started. What’s your story? Why do you train, whether it’s running, triathlon, swimming,… Continue reading What’s your story?