Fitness Does Not Expire

Some motivational words from Coach Molly Zahr, as we look to 2021.
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The Switch

“The day you stop racing is the day you win the race.” – Bob Marley
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IRONMAN Race Day Tips

If you are about to race to race your first Ironman or maybe just need some reminders on race day tips, Jackie Miller has you covered!
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No Safe Harbors

A few months back, I found myself under the surface of the ocean holding my breath at 80 feet, lying on some sand, just looking up at a rock cliff beside me. Utter silence, fish all around me. All I could think of was a song by The Talking Heads: “How did I get here? Letting the days go by, let the water hold me down Letting the days go by, water flowing underground Into the blue again, after the monkey’s gone Once in a lifetime, water flowing underground.”
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Choose Your Own Adventure

We can still achieve a lot of our primary motivations for endurance sport, even without racing! But how do we do this? By choosing our own adventure! Coach Doug explains further in our blog post!
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Game Time - Mental Fitness Tips and Tricks

Sharpening our mental training skills can have a tremendous advantage with staying in control under pressure, being more consistent in our training, performing at our best ability, and exceeding our best at our most important competitions. Coach Amy Javens talks about these skills in this blog!
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HIGH HAMSTRING TENDINOPATHY - THE WHAT, WHY, AND HOW TO TREAT THIS PAIN IN THE REAR!

Let’s face it-for triathletes, any injury is a figurative pain in the behind! Some, though, are quite literally so-and high hamstring tendinopathy is one of them. Although not as prevalent as some more common tendinopathies in the leg (as in, the Achilles tendon, or patellar tendon in the knee), high hamstring tendinopathies are notoriously stubborn, and frustrating to athletes and treating practitioners alike-something I can personally attest to (more than I’d care to admit), having been on both sides of that equation as a triathlete and physical therapist. So, what exactly is high hamstring tendinopathy? What leads to this issue? What can we do about it?
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Welcome To Virtual Racing

My experience with virtual racing thus far and some tips, if you'd like to try it too.
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Return To Racing - What Will It Look Like?

What will races look like during the COVID 19 Pandemic? We've got some of the answers in this blog post!
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Taking It To The Open Water!

Coach Jackie Miller describes how to incorporate pool sets into open water swimming, as well as other tips and tricks, in this blog post!
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Some motivational words from Coach Molly Zahr, as we look to 2021.
“The day you stop racing is the day you win the race.” – Bob Marley
If you are about to race to race your first Ironman or maybe just need some reminders on race day tips, Jackie Miller has you covered!
A few months back, I found myself under the surface of the ocean holding my breath at 80 feet, lying on some sand, just looking up at a rock cliff beside me. Utter silence, fish all around me. All I could think of was a song by The Talking Heads: “How did I get here? Letting the days go by, let the water hold me down Letting the days go by, water flowing underground Into the blue again, after the monkey’s gone Once in a lifetime, water flowing underground.”
We can still achieve a lot of our primary motivations for endurance sport, even without racing! But how do we do this? By choosing our own adventure! Coach Doug explains further in our blog post!
Sharpening our mental training skills can have a tremendous advantage with staying in control under pressure, being more consistent in our training, performing at our best ability, and exceeding our best at our most important competitions. Coach Amy Javens talks about these skills in this blog!
Let’s face it-for triathletes, any injury is a figurative pain in the behind! Some, though, are quite literally so-and high hamstring tendinopathy is one of them. Although not as prevalent as some more common tendinopathies in the leg (as in, the Achilles tendon, or patellar tendon in the knee), high hamstring tendinopathies are notoriously stubborn, and frustrating to athletes and treating practitioners alike-something I can personally attest to (more than I’d care to admit), having been on both sides of that equation as a triathlete and physical therapist. So, what exactly is high hamstring tendinopathy? What leads to this issue? What can we do about it?
My experience with virtual racing thus far and some tips, if you'd like to try it too.
What will races look like during the COVID 19 Pandemic? We've got some of the answers in this blog post!
Coach Jackie Miller describes how to incorporate pool sets into open water swimming, as well as other tips and tricks, in this blog post!