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Make a Comeback

Wednesday, November 11, 2015 by Coach Denise

I have appointed myself the queen of the comeback. I’ve had more injuries than I can even count. I’ve had broken bones and expensive pieces of metal put in my back. I’ve had surgery and even cutting-edge treatments where they took bone marrow from my hip, extracted the stem cells and stuck them into my […]



Injury and rest

Sunday, March 10, 2013 by Coach Kevin

2012 was an interesting year for me in that it was the first year in many that I did not participate in a race—not even one.  My training for 2012 started off like normal, but just as my training was ramping up for the season in April, I injured my back on a boating trip.  […]



The Resilient Triathlete

Tuesday, September 18, 2012 by admin

After 24 years of racing triathlons, Coach Todd should know a thing or two about keeping fit AND healthy.



I Just Sprained My Ankle! Now What?

Thursday, April 19, 2012 by admin

At one point or another, sprained or strained muscles and tendons will affect us all. As triathletes, the challenge is to recover from the injury and setback as quickly as possible and minimize the amount of lost training. Coach Brett shares his tips for quickly recovering from a sprained ankle.


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The Difference Between Injury Pain and Performance Pain

Thursday, March 8, 2012 by Coach Tommy

Coach Tommy examines the difference between injury pain and performance pain and what you should do about them.


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