Tag Archives: strength training

Core Work For Triathletes ☺️

Let us begin by fixing a very common misconception. Your core is not limited to your abdominal muscles. Your glutes, back, obliques, and many other muscles are a part of your core. Together, they represent the most important group of muscles in your body. Why is my Core so Important? You have likely been advised

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Strength Train Your Mind 🏋🏼

Definition of STRENGTH: The quality or state of being strong: Capacity for exertion or endurance. (http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/strength) If you have been following me for a while, you probably realize how much I LOVE STRENGTH and what it does for the human body. As a coach, when I have given my athletes a strength program specific for triathletes,  I

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On Season: Strength Training 🏋🏼 & the Triathlete 🏃🏽

This vlog post was SO popular in 2017, that honestly, I had to repost it and share with you all this week, especially as you are heading into your triathlon season.  I think some of the hardest things to do for triathletes is to figure out how to maintain it all: swim, bike, run and

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5 Tips to Lose Your Ironman Race Day Blues 👊🏼

Those words will be ingrained in your head: “You. Are. An. Ironman.” You accomplished what you have been training for, for the last year. You go to bed after that long day and wake up sore, tired, sunburned, smiling from ear to ear, and happy. You did an Ironman (or a 70.3 Ironman). A week

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Your 5 Tips of Being An Ironman Sherpa 💥

Last week, I chatted with you all about the “Daily Life of Ironman Sherpa.” I explained what a sherpa was and what a typical Ironman Triathlon Day looks like, as an Ironman Sherpa. I also explained to you all that I would MUCH rather do an Ironman Triathlon than being a sherpa. I know sounds

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