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March 14, 2017

On the fence about beginning your endurance sport journey? Are you a veteran runner or cyclist and need a reminder about WHY you do this day in and day out. Read on for my top 8 reasons that get me up and on the road/treadmill/lane.

1. Be a role model: despite what NBA...

January 6, 2017

A Running Gait Analysis can be such a great tool to assess and tweak your form, identify muscular and soft tissue weakness or dysfunction, and really... get you running your best. Research identifies that there are certain aspects of running technique that will improve...

December 22, 2016

Now that most of us have had time to look back on last season, have a mental/physical break & eat treats that we wouldn't otherwise touch during the race season (ok, during MOST of the season), the question you begin to ask yourself is this: when should my training beg...

December 9, 2016

Alright, the 3rd installment of the off-season talk.  We've already discussed what the purpose of the off-season is, as well as the fact that there really is no off-season (that is, if your goal is improvement!).  This next blog answers the question: what should you be...

November 29, 2016

Last week I went over some of the objectives you should accomplish while enjoying your off-season break from racing.  I followed that up by telling you that there really isn't an off-season.  Confusing?  Let me explain.

First of all, ask yourself the question:...

November 22, 2016

Here we are in late November, our racing season complete, the off-season has begun.  Finally.  A time to sit back, put the feet up, watch every second of every Oilers game, completely relax.  Or is it?

The off-season means different things to different people,...

September 22, 2016

As many of you know I'm just over 2 weeks away from my "A" race event of the year, the Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii.  As I get closer & closer to race day I have the urge to be the same as everybody else: train longer & harder & more frequently than you e...

August 4, 2016

Well, it’s been a week and a half since Ironman Canada, so I thought I’d give you a little reading material while you sip on your morning coffee.  It was a tough day, a long day, a grinding day.  Obviously.  Fun… not so much. 

Race morning was perfect.  U...

March 29, 2016

When training for an endurance sport such as triathlon, are you best to join a group for your training sessions, or would you be better off doing the majority of your training alone?  That's actually a difficult question with a lot of variables.  Group training provide...

February 2, 2016

So why would a bike fit be the most economical way of improving your experience & performance on two wheels?  Actually, there are several reasons:

 

1. optimized aero position.  The number one resistance we face when cycling is of the aerodynamic variety.  Upwards of 75%...

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