The Benefit of Swim Clinics
My Cat's love affair with Brooks Levitate shoe boxes
A look back at my 2nd year as a Pro Triathlete
The Power of the Team
To most people, triathlon is.....
The Offseason Is Here!
How to make a personalized map with your Garmin
Time for an Upgrade
First Ride: Garmin Varia RCT715
Coach or Self Coach? It depends
Race Report: Ironman Florida 2021
Overcoming the uncontrollable, the journey known as Ironman
Self-compassion, sport, and understanding the context of YOUR life
Getting Sweat Sodium Content Tested in Atlanta
Des Moines 70.3 Race Report
Des Moines 70.3 turned 41.4…My first race in the professional field. But what does that mean? To my non-triathlon friends the difference may be confusing as I have competed in World Championships before, so…isn’t that like the top level?
5 Reasons to Alp d’Huez with Us:
The Importance of a Good Bike Fit
Race Report: IM 70.3 Gulf Coast, 2021
It’s a question we all ask ourselves as we commit to our first triathlon and the answer evolves as we continue to train and participate in the sport.
“The greatest source of happiness is the ability to be grateful at all times.”
Five Triathlon Podcasts Worth a Listen
You just never know!
5 Triathlon Things I'm Loving Right Now
The Best Training Partners You Could Ask For
Getting to the front of the pack: Masters Swimming Works
After competing in Triathlon for almost six years I have come to realize that there are two distinct types of Triathletes, those who grew up as swimmers and those who did not. It is usually very easy to differentiate between the two groups. One group has a sense of confidence on the start line and in the case of a mass start they can usually be found at the front of the pack, the other lines up towards the back and might be overheard saying something along the lines of, “If I can just make it through the swim I’ll be fine”. As someone who falls into the second group I am here to tell you that this doesn’t have to be the case, you can learn be confident and even love the water.
Stocking Stuffers for the Holidays
Some of the greatest gifts come in small packages. Check out these great stocking stuffers to help complete your holiday gifts this year. These useful items are sure to be appreciated and used by the athlete in your life. These will fit nicely in the stocking and will be used by the athlete in your life.
Great Gifts for Young Triathletes
Holiday Gift Guide: The Female Athlete
Holiday Gift Guide: The Podium Seeker
Race Report: First Female Overall Winner
Race Report: Our Own Bud Plant 70.3
Race Report: Buster Britton Memorial Triathlon
How to find the right Chiropractor for your injuries or for enhancing your performance - An informed Decision
As an athlete, there is a high probability you may need Chiropractic services. With so many “DC’s” surrounding us, how can you make an educated decision in order to get the best treatment for your particular condition?
This blog intends to take the confusion out of this challenge by providing you the ammunition needed so you don’t get ripped off, under-treated, or over-treated. To be clear, I am a Doctor Chiropractic (DC) who graduated from “Life” in 1998.
Triathlon Writing Activity for your Grade School Aged Child
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.
To Rejoin Organized Workouts or Not… That is the Question
19 LESSONS FROM COVID-19
Nine Tips for a Better vEveresting Attempt
8 Gifts Any Active Mom Would Love on Mother’s Day
A Look Back: Catherine Meihofer Shares Her Journey to Kona
Social Distancing: Indoor Bike with Long Climbs
Social Distancing: April Fools Workout!
Social Distancing: Rolling Hills Indoor Bike
Social Distancing: BIke Workout - Flying Mount
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.
Social Distancing: 1-Minute Fartlek Run
Social Distancing: Sling Strength Training Workout
Social Distancing: Indoor Bike 3, 3, 3,…
Social Distancing Time-Based Run Workout
HIIT Workout with the kiddos
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.