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My Digital Detox Challenge

As an online triathlon coach, I try to be in full access for my athletes but I also have to set boundaries. Sometimes, those boundaries get broken but for the most part, my athletes do a great job of understanding that I have a life as well. And I truly thank them for that. About

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The 5 Feels of Ironman World Championship 🌺

The 5 Feels of Ironman World Championship 🌺 Ironman Kona week this week and I am feeling a bit nostalgic about seeing everyone in Kona this year. Why? Let’s look at the word, “nostalgic.” According to Google Dictionary, nostalgic comes from nostalgia, which means: “a sentimental longing or wistful affection for the past, typically for

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Why Did You Start Triathlons? ☺️

Happy October! I LOVE October because it is Ironman Kona, and it’s my BIRTHDAY MONTH! My husband said to me the other day, “Jen, it is a birth”day” for a reason, not a month.” HA! I said he was silly. It is my BIRTHDAY MONTH :) With that said, please stay tuned to my newsletters

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10 Questions to Ask a Potential Coach 🔊

Since starting my triathlon coaching in 2001, the triathlon coaching space has changed DRASTICALLY from meeting clients to a weekly basis to chatting with them via phone, to FaceTime or Zoom Chats with triathletes all over the world. Honestly, I LOVE this change because now I get to coach athletes all over the world from

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“Rulon Rules” for Running Safety with Road ID

About a month ago, I was interviewed by KEN5 and Savannah Louie about running safety, especially for women, as we understood what happened with the women runner in Iowa. See the interview below: Savannah and I chatted about apps that can alert our love ones if we are not moving. Over the last few years,

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