Bringing Your Disappointments Down to Earth

Imagine training 20 months for a triathlon. You endure grueling bike rides, blistered feet, and swallowing more lake water than you care to think about. Then a month before the race, you injure yourself while playing flag football with friends and eliminate your...

Recovery: Part 1: Post-workout

You’ve just finished a tough, long workout. Now what? It’s time for recovery. We hear a lot about recovery, but what exactly is recovery and why do we need to recover? In my view, recovery takes on three distinct types, each with their own issues and methods for...

Wintertime Triathletes

Well, with the doldrums of winter upon us, there no doubt will be a variety of triathletes with very different outcomes of the off-season. Let’s talk a bit about how to take on the winter and my personal opinion of indoor dislike compared to potential benefit factors...

Having Disdain for Indoor Training?

In the south, there’s really no reason to do indoor training if you are smart about protecting your body from the elements. Temperatures around 40 degrees are fine for both running and cycling (even 30 degrees is fine for running). When you put on clothes...