Everyone has their definition of ‘off-season.’ My definition of the ‘off-season’ is a time of planned unstructured training that can last anywhere from two to eight weeks (depending on the athlete). The purpose is to take a break from the formal, structured training program and allow for a mental and …
Train for this swim challenge AND raise money for cancer research!
100% of the money raised goes to The Cancer Couch Foundation. Better yet, the Cancer Couch Foundation has agreed to match dollar for dollar all proceeds raised up to $1000. This amount will be doubled again by the Dana Farber and Memorial Sloan Kettering Foundation!
You don’t need to sign up for an Ironman or drop $800 to test your fitness. ECo EPIC allows you to push your limits with this fun, yet challenging, event. Use ECo EPIC as your ‘big deal’ event for 2018, or use it as an amazing training weekend. Either way, you won’t be disappointed!
Adding strategic periods of rest and recovery are necessary to improve fitness. In fact, the only time we improve our fitness is when we allow our bodies to recover! So, how do you know when it’s time to recover? How long should you recover?
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?