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Josh Becker “You Are An IRONMAN!”

Monday, February 20, 2017 by admin

Have you ever done an Ironman? Here’s one person’s journey going the distance while overcoming some difficult obstacles along the way.



“A” Race Selection

Sunday, February 5, 2017 by Coach Tommy

Have you ever wondered how many “A” races is good to have in a season or what type of “A” race is good for me? Read to find out what criteria or factors goes into choosing your optimal “A” race.



Integrity, Sportsmanship, Courage in Triathlon

Saturday, August 6, 2016 by Coach Kristen

As adult triathletes, we can still learn a lot from the kids that participate in this sport. I want to tell you a little story about a kid I know. It’s a story about being honest, having integrity, promoting sportsmanship, but most of all exuding courage. It’s something we should all strive for…we should all want to be like him.



How to Balance Life and Triathlon    

Monday, August 1, 2016 by Coach Lawrence

One of the hardest parts of training is balancing our life responsibilities with the need and desire to get out and train.  Most of us have other obligations outside of triathlon that stretch our ability to do what we enjoy. While my job is pretty flexible and allows me to get my training in, my […]



Staying tri active while traveling to “foreign” places

Friday, July 15, 2016 by Coach Kristen

I often hear people question on how to stay active while traveling.  I recently took a trip to Montreal and wanted to share a few tips I used to stay active… 1) Two weeks prior to traveling I searched online for local triathlon clubs.  I contacted the director and asked if I could drop in […]



Mistakes Triathletes Make

Friday, July 1, 2016 by Coach Tommy

Judging their training success in hours and distance trained Many athletes focus too much on achieving a certain number of hours of training or a particular distance. They judge the success of their training on how much training they can get in during the week. They don’t give any thought to the other aspects of […]



How to Avoid Burn Out

Tuesday, June 21, 2016 by Coach Denise

I’ve always had a “if some is good, then more is better” attitude. While fun, this has not always served me well. I did my first Ironman in 2011 and enjoyed it so much that I proceeded to do another one the following year and then another one the year after that. While fun, that […]



Learnings of an Athlete from Parkinson’s Disease…

Saturday, May 14, 2016 by Coach Kristen

What an incredible thing it is to be an athlete…a triathlete at that.  I truly have valued the ability to be able to swim, bike, and run many miles over the last decade.  The comradery is like no other, the community is a blessing to be a part of, the racing is bar none some […]



Running Training

Monday, May 2, 2016 by Coach Kevin

Training for the run is probably the easiest of all three disciplines for Triathlons. We grab our shoes and go!  And running—any running—is great for training.  However, we should all think about what we can do from a training perspective to improve our running.  The good news is we have lots of alternatives to choose […]



Seven Habits of Highly Successful Triathletes

Sunday, February 21, 2016 by Coach Tommy

A long time ago, during the ‘80s, in a galaxy far, far away, I read a book titled The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey.  This book changed the way I managed my personal and professional life.  I still use many of the concepts in that book.  In fact, I still use […]