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“Rulon Rules” to Push-Ups

A few weeks ago, we chatted about the squat, and I gave you my 5 key tips on doing the back squat. If you didn’t get the information, click HERE for the tips!

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Rulon Rules to Rest & Recovery

As triathletes, we know the importance of rest and recovery. You have all heard the numerous discussions about sleep and what we are learning about LACK of sleep. Heck, I wrote a blog about “Why It is Time to Prioritize Your Sleep, Triathletes.” As triathletes, we also tend to be VERY hard on ourselves. For example, maybe you feel like a nap, but in your mind you feel LAZY. Or you see ALL your friends riding 5 hours, when you are ONLY supposed to be riding 2 hours. Unfortunately, the big thing that gets in the way of ourselves is OUR EGO! (Yes, I said it!) As a triathlon coach, I have seen this happen with athletes constantly. Not so much for the people that I coach, but the people that I see on social media!

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February #Fearless Athlete of the Month

Congrats to April Ancira Thompson for being the Rulon Racing Fearless Athlete of the Month!

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To Work Out or Not To Work Out?

Recently, I have heard a lot of people saying they have been sick. Cold. Sneezing. Coughing. Then it may turn to the flu, chills, and fever. We have heard of the rule of thumb: Neck up/neck down. Today, I chat about that rule of thumb, and about when to head back to working out.

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The New York Times!

It was an honor to be asked to help with an article about triathlon in The New York Times. I connected with a writer about a year ago, and she has asked me for advice for a lot of articles (Runner’s World, Triathlete Magazine, Men’s Journal Online, and Bicycling.com).

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