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Power Balance and Shorter Cranks

Sunday, February 1, 2015 by Coach Tommy

Garmin Power Balance Earlier this year I bought the Garmin Vector pedals.  Each of the Vector pedals measure power output of the ride.  I rode with the Vector pedals for several months uploading the data to Training Peaks and to Garmin Connect.  One day I looked at the Garmin Connect data and the Power Balance […]



Six Tips for Staying Healthy and Safe When the Days Get Short and Cold

Sunday, November 4, 2012 by admin

Coach Lea has tips for staying warm and safe when the weather turns cold. And she should know since she lives in Minnesota.



Cadence on the Bike is Everything

Tuesday, October 2, 2012 by admin

With the proper use of a cadence meter on your bicycle, you’ll not only learn how to pedal more efficiently and learn when to shift, but you reduce your chances of injury.



Wear Your Helmet

Saturday, September 15, 2012 by Coach Tommy

Coach Tommy explains – with pictures – the importance of wearing your helmet anytime you’re on your bike.


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7 Reasons Why You Should Attend Triathlon Camp

Saturday, April 2, 2011 by admin

A triathlon training camp is hard-core training at its best and most enjoyable. But the rewards you reap go far beyond getting your butt kicked by the workouts. Here are seven reasons why you should attend our Lake DeGray Triathlon Training Camp, or any tri camp for that matter.



Having Disdain for Indoor Training?

Friday, January 14, 2011 by Coach Kevin

Of course it’s cold outside. But that’s no excuse for boring yourself to tears with indoor training. In the south, there’s really no reason to do indoor training if you are smart about protecting your body from the elements. Here are some simple tip from Coach Kevin to help you train in the cold.