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Long Run Myths

Wednesday, April 18, 2018 by Coach Tommy

Should you do your long run the day after a long bike? Find out what Coach Tommy has to say on the subject.



“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.



It Takes a Long Time to Get Good

Tuesday, April 26, 2011 by Coach Tommy

Often times, new triathletes want to “get good” quickly. Coach Tommy tells you why it’s better to enjoy the journey to getting “good.”



Bringing Your Disappointments Down to Earth

Wednesday, January 26, 2011 by Coach Kristen

Imagine training 20 months for a triathlon. You endure grueling bike rides, blistered feet, and swallowing more lake water than you care to think about. Then a month before the race, you injure yourself while playing flag football with friends and eliminate your opportunity to compete.

You’re bound to be disappointed. But let’s be realistic. It’s not like you’re missing a chance to take a spacewalk.Imagine training 20 months for a triathlon. You endure grueling bike rides, blistered feet, and swallowing more lake water than you care to think about. Then a month before the race, you injure yourself while playing flag football with friends and eliminate your opportunity to compete.

You’re bound to be disappointed. But let’s be realistic. It’s not like you’re missing a chance to take a spacewalk.