Staying Healthy This Winter

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Staying healthy this winter and during the flu season can be a challenge, especially when people around you are sick. And as athletes, being sick can sometimes mean being away from the things we enjoy so much, like swimming, cycling, … Continued

A Coach’s Perspective On Body Weight and Running

Body weight and running. It’s been in the running news quit a bit recently. Unfortunately, not for the right reasons. And I wanted to share a coach’s perspective on body weight and running. As a coach, the athlete’s health should … Continued

How to Chose Between a Pre-made Plan and a Coach

As runners and triathletes, we know there’s more to training than just putting in the miles. There’s also speed work, hills, strength training, skill development, nutrition, and mental training. But where do you go to for advice? How do you … Continued

Heart Health & The Endurance Athlete

February is American Heart Month and while I always enjoy promoting heart health, especially heart health for the endurance athlete, this month always reminds me of my time working in Cardiac Rehabilitation and Open Heart Surgery. I guess you can … Continued

Speed Work in Training

Do you incorporate speed work in your training? If you’re training for a longer race, such as a marathon or Ironman, you’re most likely getting your long runs in. But doing volume doesn’t make you faster, it helps you resist … Continued