Summer days are long and 2020 is no exception! Our race team members created a writing activity for their children to exercise their minds and to share the child's perspective of the sport of triathlon.
Have you seen the pros speed through transition? If you blink, you’ll miss it. The secret that allows experienced triathletes and pros cut measurable time off of their first transition. It’s the Flying Mount! ... If you want to learn the Flying Mount, the following exercise is one you can do on your trainer at home and practice the mechanics.
It’s raining in Atlanta and snowing in many parts in the northern and western US. This is on top of the already restricted social outlets and school distractions. Cabin fever is getting real! ... Today we are sharing a High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) that you can do with your children. Hopefully this will be a fun activity and something that brings the family together. This is intended to be fun so if steps are skipped or modified, it’s okay! Laugh and modify this if you need to.
It’s almost embarrassing explaining to the urgent care doctors that I’m not actually injured from the race, but rather from a lack of self-care that let a small problem run away.
Where did I go wrong – and how could I fix it?
I grew up a swimmer and hated to run. As I got older, I discovered that running was a cheap, easy way to stay in shape. That still didn’t make me love it.
About 10 years ago, a friend of mine who ran marathons was getting burnt out. She asked me if I would run with her at the track at our kids’ school as we lived far from each other. We invited some other runners and now, ten years later, we are still doing weekly track workouts, come rain or shine. See my sample workouts...