Athlete Spotlight - Audrey Turner

Meet OutRival Racing athlete Audrey Turner coached by Reem Jishi.
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Anything That Kills Consistency Isn't Worth Doing

Throw-back blog (circa 2009) from QT2 Founder Jesse Kropelnicki on why training too hard kills consistency and leads to injury and impedes long-term performance.
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Workout of the Month - Glute Strength with Coach Jennie Hansen

QT2 Systems Coach, Physical Therapist and Certified Strength Conditioning Specialist Jennie Hansen takes you through six exercises focused on recruiting and strengthening your glutes.
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What Should I Do in the Off-Season to Improve My Swim

This time of year, the question on many triathletes' minds is "what's next"? The off-season is a time to focus on limiters, and for many triathletes, that means time in the pool. The excitement and enthusiasm of new goals to be achieved and the commitment to maximizing improvement, can lead us to plunging deep into the water with a mindset of “more is better.” Not that this is bad, but it all depends on the what the definition of “more” is. More lengths of the pool will not necessarily get you the results you are looking for; however, more focus on mindful swimming will go a long way towards helping you improve your swim.
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Athlete Spotlight - Meghan Lout

Meet OutRival Racing athlete Meghan Lout coached by Courtney Kutler.
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Workout of the Month - TRX Core with Coach Reem Jishi

Looking for a new challenge? Try this fun TRX Core workout with Coach Reem Jishi.
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Run-Specific Dynamic Warm-Up Routine

Hello runners! Let’s talk about dynamic warm-up exercises. Before we get into the details, let me ask you - how do you warm-up before a run? Do you walk out the door and start
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Mountain Biking for the Curious Triathlete

As summer draws to a close, we’re getting close to that annual “off season” we triathletes partake in each fall and winter. It’s the time of year for dabbling in a new sport and flexing different muscles that we don’t have time to use when the weekly schedule is consumed by swim, bike, and run. Mountain biking can be the perfect sport for the offseason because it allows you to spend time off the roads with the added bonus of improving the (dreaded) triathlete bike handling skills.
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Ready, Set, Race! Part 3 - Essentials for Race Day

OutRival Racing Coach Courtney Kutler walks you through the essentials for race day preparation. This is the third in a three part series.
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Athlete Spotlight - Connie Roberts

Meet OutRival Racing Athlete Connie Roberts coached by Dawn English.
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Archive for 2021
Meet OutRival Racing athlete Audrey Turner coached by Reem Jishi.
Throw-back blog (circa 2009) from QT2 Founder Jesse Kropelnicki on why training too hard kills consistency and leads to injury and impedes long-term performance.
QT2 Systems Coach, Physical Therapist and Certified Strength Conditioning Specialist Jennie Hansen takes you through six exercises focused on recruiting and strengthening your glutes.
This time of year, the question on many triathletes' minds is "what's next"? The off-season is a time to focus on limiters, and for many triathletes, that means time in the pool. The excitement and enthusiasm of new goals to be achieved and the commitment to maximizing improvement, can lead us to plunging deep into the water with a mindset of “more is better.” Not that this is bad, but it all depends on the what the definition of “more” is. More lengths of the pool will not necessarily get you the results you are looking for; however, more focus on mindful swimming will go a long way towards helping you improve your swim.
Meet OutRival Racing athlete Meghan Lout coached by Courtney Kutler.
Looking for a new challenge? Try this fun TRX Core workout with Coach Reem Jishi.
Hello runners! Let’s talk about dynamic warm-up exercises. Before we get into the details, let me ask you - how do you warm-up before a run? Do you walk out the door and start
As summer draws to a close, we’re getting close to that annual “off season” we triathletes partake in each fall and winter. It’s the time of year for dabbling in a new sport and flexing different muscles that we don’t have time to use when the weekly schedule is consumed by swim, bike, and run. Mountain biking can be the perfect sport for the offseason because it allows you to spend time off the roads with the added bonus of improving the (dreaded) triathlete bike handling skills.
OutRival Racing Coach Courtney Kutler walks you through the essentials for race day preparation. This is the third in a three part series.
Meet OutRival Racing Athlete Connie Roberts coached by Dawn English.