Individualized Training defined as: Training that recognizes the individual athlete, allowing for a specific, highly focused diagnostic analysis, training prescription and individualized performance analytics to improve training efficiency and effectiveness.
I really enjoy the sport of triathlon, and other endurance sports. I just want to say, before I get started, I am not bashing any company or organization, in this blog post. I only want to point out some of the overlooked venues out there that might attract more people to endurance sports. I think… Continue reading Grassroot Events
Below is an article from Triathlete.com written by Bethany Mavis. It is article written about some of the better non-name brand 140.6 races in the United States. By Bethany Mavis Originally posted: http://www.triathlete.com/2017/04/lifestyle/10-non-m-dot-iron-distance-races_300686 Ironman isn’t the only race company supporting super-long distance dreams. These 10 U.S. events give triathletes all 140.6 miles in unique style. Great Floridian Triathlon… Continue reading 10 Non-M-Dot Iron-Distance Races
My second Aquabike was on the 18th of June, at Maumee Bay State Park, in Oregon, Ohio. The race was put on by HFP Racing. I have done the Olympic distance triathlon a couple of times and my son did the mini-triathlon there, last year. The course did not change from last year, so we… Continue reading Maumee Bay Aquabike Post Race Report
Originally posted by http://www.bbc.com/sport/triathlon/38292958 Double Olympic triathlon champion Alistair Brownlee is to take two years out from the sport to train for the World Ironman Championships in Hawaii. Brownlee, 28, won Olympic gold at London and Rio, and has not ruled out bidding for a third win at Tokyo 2020. “I’m going to pursue things… Continue reading Alistair Brownlee: Double Olympic triathlon champion to focus on Ironman bid
How much do I have to swim? Why isn’t my swim getting faster? What kind of swim workouts should I be doing? These are some of the questions that age group triathletes seem to ask, time and time again. I see them repeatedly on social media sites. Most triathletes do not come from a swimming… Continue reading How much do I have to swim?
By Elizabeth Grimsley | Nov. 05, 2016, 5:09 p.m. (ET) NEW ORLEANS, La. — Erika Ackerlund of the University of Montana topped the podium at the 2016 Women’s Collegiate Triathlon National Championship at the New Orleans Lakefront on Saturday. Nearly 60 women toed the line for the 400-meter swim, 20-kilometer bike, 5-kilometer run race. The… Continue reading Montana’s Erika Ackerlund Crowned Champion at Women’s Collegiate Nationals
By Jon “Fast Big Dog” Schafer I know, I know, you’re thinking, “FBD, I’m a triathlete, why do *I* need a fat bike? Wouldn’t it make more sense for me to get a new aero bike?” In short, no. Here’s why: you already have one of those. Sure, the aero bike is your bread and… Continue reading Fat Bike Should Be Your Next Bike
By Dan Empfield It’s not that triathletes are boorish or selfish in their habits. Blissful is more like it. Blissfully unaware. The famous Underpants Run held annually in Kona pays homage to the Europeans (i.e., Finns) who, in Kona’s early years, would walk through the produce section of the local Pay ‘N Save market… Continue reading Group Ride Etiquette
This past month was a little better than last October as far as for doing actually training. The weeks were far from where I had been training over the past year. I am starting to put next year list of race together already and it has got me motivated to get back to putting in… Continue reading October 2016 Training Summary