July 27, 2015

Overtraining in Endurance Athletes

Overtraining in athletes is an issue many runners, cyclists, and other endurance athletes alike might not truly understand even though they may be doing it. A […]
February 27, 2015

Fuel the Ferrari

Want to operate like a fine-tuned machine, then you have to fuel the fine-tuned machine. No matter how hard you work or how consistent you are […]
February 14, 2015

The 6 Injuries Most Common to Triathletes

  Rotator Cuff Tendinitis (or potentially Tear) – inflammation due to microscopic muscles tears & stress
January 19, 2015


Settling into your new routines for the year. Are you incorporating any of the discussed ideas from the recent blogs addressing Building Your Training Base in […]
January 10, 2015

Building Your Training Base in Less Time: Part II

Hello again! As I write this, I’m sure the majority of you are either: just finishing a workout, just heading to work out, or rationalizing another […]
January 5, 2015

Build Your Training Base in Less Time

If you are similar to the average endurance athlete out there, you probably understand the ever-pressing limitation of time. You may have thoughts on the lines […]
June 2, 2014

6 Reasons Triathletes Get Injured

There is no doubt about it: Injuries are frustrating, painful and all too common. If a five-year study done in Great Britain of a small group […]
July 24, 2013

Road Bike vs Tri Bike

Recently I’ve been asked some questions in regards to bikes, specifically road bikes and triathlon bikes. People wondering how, after swimming, then biking, a triathlete can run a […]
April 14, 2013

Interval Training – Quick And Painless

After helping out with the Shakopee Volleyball Association and running their Strength, Agility and Quickness program, I learned that you don’t need a gym to experience […]
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