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Surviving Race Week Member Only

You followed the plan. You are fit. Race week is here. Now you have to survive the days leading up to the race! Race week (the week leading up to your ‘big race’ is often full of tension, anxiety, restlessness, doubt, excitement, nervousness, and anticipation. These positive and negative feelings can deeply …

Taking it to the next level! Member Only

So you have already done a triathlon, or maybe you haven’t done one yet, but you have watched one. Either way, your goal is not just to finish; you want to go as fast as you can. What do you do?

Transition 101 Member Only

Any race requires that you get from the starting line to the finish line as fast as you can. In triathlons, this involves swimming, biking, running and TRANSITIONING between disciplines. Races can be won or lost in transition. In fact I can identify two races I WON because I transitioned …

The Feels of Racing Member Only

I watch with enthusiasm as our TEAM ECo athletes swim, bike, and run in events around the world. I also watch with a sense of nostalgia as I remember when I once walked the path they currently walk.  Below I reflect on the feels of racing… then and now.

Georgia Death Race – Race Report Member Only

Ryan Lundin qualified for and raced the 2018 Georgia Death Race. This race is an insane 70+ mile sufferfest over 28,000 feet of elevation change. He finished in 17 hours, 29 minutes and placed 25th overall out of 169 finishers (259 started). Below is a great summary of Ryan’s experience: …

My first 10k Member Only

Taggart VanEtten is an elite age group athlete. He shared his first 10k race report with us. Enjoy! When I drove into Canton on Saturday morning it was dark, raining and about 34 degrees outside, the winds were around 10 mph. I’ve come here many times to train with friends …

Goal for 2018: I want this to be your best year ever! Member Only

I’ve spent the last 25 years of my life immersed in the world of human performance. While I spent 14 years as an elite/professional athlete and 10 years in higher academia, my passion lies in empowering adults to be healthier and perform better. Lisa (pictured above) allowed herself to become …

Joe’s take on fitness trends for 2018 Member Only

I came across an article in Outside Online that caught my attention. The article summarized predictions for trends for 2018 from some people intimately involved in the fitness industry.  The article can be found HERE. As I read through the article, I realized that I had some decent insight into each of the predictions. So, …