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

In any triathlon that you compete in, especially longer distance Ironman races like the Lake Placid Ironman, the bike can make or break your run. Having a plan or hiring a coach will help immensely in your Ironman success. Ironman Lake … Continued

Pool Running for the Injured Runner

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Injured and worried about losing that hard earned running fitness you’ve worked so hard for? Or maybe you’re looking to mix things up in your training? Then replace your dry land running with pool running. It’s a great way to … 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 … Continued