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

5 Tips for a Better Ironman Lake Placid Run

As an Ironman Lake Placid Event Team Coach, I’ve answered a lot of questions about the Ironman Lake Placid course, how best to approach training, and general pre-race advice. In any triathlon that you compete in, especially longer distance Ironman … Continued

Pool Running for Injured Runners

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Are you an injured runner who’s worried about losing that hard earned fitness you’ve worked so hard for? Then replace your dry land running with pool running. It’s a great way to maintain your running fitness while injured because it … 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

5 Tips for Better Winter Running

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It’s 20 degrees and snowing. A perfect day for a run. For some of you, this may sound like crazy talk. If running during the chilly winter months has you dreading your workout, you’re not alone. I’ve coached many runners … Continued