Tag Archives: triathlete

Five Ways to GET MO’ TIME with YOUR Triathlon Training 😳

About a year ago, I reached out to ya’ll via a survey to find out what you all were looking for to help you with your triathlon training. And this is what I heard: I need more time How do you “balance” it all How do you organize training with life. Check out the chart

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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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Recovery Week is Crucial!

As an athlete, I truly LOVE my recovery weeks because I take FULL advantage of it. As a coach, I cringe at recovery weeks because I know my athletes DON’T take full of advantage of them. This is a common theme in the triathlon world. When triathletes have “time” on their hands, they try to

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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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Everything Comes Down To 💩

Do you all remember the show, “Scrubs?” Probably one of my favorite shows and love watching it on Netflix, when I don’t want to think. If you have watched the show Scrubs, do you remember the musical production of, “Everything Comes Down to Poo?” If you have never watched Scrubs, let me introduce you to

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