Tag: triathlon

Transitions = free speed!

Why are transitions important? Well, an efficient, speedy transition ensures you move smoothly and effectively from the swim to the bike and from the bike to the run, AND good transitions can be the difference between being ON or OFF the podium. I have won three races because I transitioned …

Beth Calabotta Swim Challenge

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!

The difference between WORKING OUT and TRAINING

Exercise, as it relates to physical activity, is defined as “a particular movement or series of movements done to become stronger and healthier.” In 2015, over 54 million people enrolled in fitness centers in the U.S., and there are around 34,000 membership-based exercise facilities in the U.S. Despite that, people …

Taking it to the next level!

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?

When it’s time to specify…

At some point in the athletic journey, you need to differentiate and specify. You can only realize your potential when you dial in on the path that will take you there. This principle is true at the most basic level of human life.