How to Find the Right Coach For You

You’re chasing a big, new goal and ready to hire a triathlon coach to help guide your training. But how do you find a coach who fits your needs? There are several questions to consider: What type of personality motivates you? What type of feedback would you like for your training sessions? USA Triathlon Level I Certified Coach Taylor Mahan-Rudolph gives her tips to find the right coach for you.
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Racing As a Pro - We Have Our Doubts Too

As a woman getting my PhD, I had plenty of doubts – most of all wondering if I really did belong there. Finding triathlon, however, was different. First, when I started in 2014, I had no idea what I was doing and that was a bit of a blessing in disguise, when you don’t know what you don’t know, it's hard to question it. Second, it was just for fun, a new hobby, and outlet for energy. Third, it turned out I was fairly good at it, the swim was hard, but I could make up for that on the bike and the run, of which especially the last came a lot more natural to me. As I progressed to the 70.3 distance, and the realization came that I could compete at the top end of the age group field grew, the pressure did go up a bit. I was however still so new at all of this that the elements of joy and surprise outshone any doubts I had about myself.
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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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New Season. Fresh Start. Save BIG!

Start 2020 off right! Save BIG on an individualized training program this 2020 with our #NewYear Mission Plan Sale. OutRival Racing is offering a special New Year rate on its Annual Mission Plan Program for first-time athletes.
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Racing In Europe? Nail Your Nutrition Just Right!

Headed to 70.3 Worlds in Nice, France (or any European Ironman event, for that matter), and wondering about on course nutrition and how it compares to what you might normally use? Read on!
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So, Now What? - Eight Tips For Surviving The Post Race Letdown

The season is winding down and even over for most. For some, this is a relief, for others it is a bit of a “what do I do now” kind of feeling.
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You’re chasing a big, new goal and ready to hire a triathlon coach to help guide your training. But how do you find a coach who fits your needs? There are several questions to consider: What type of personality motivates you? What type of feedback would you like for your training sessions? USA Triathlon Level I Certified Coach Taylor Mahan-Rudolph gives her tips to find the right coach for you.
As a woman getting my PhD, I had plenty of doubts – most of all wondering if I really did belong there. Finding triathlon, however, was different. First, when I started in 2014, I had no idea what I was doing and that was a bit of a blessing in disguise, when you don’t know what you don’t know, it's hard to question it. Second, it was just for fun, a new hobby, and outlet for energy. Third, it turned out I was fairly good at it, the swim was hard, but I could make up for that on the bike and the run, of which especially the last came a lot more natural to me. As I progressed to the 70.3 distance, and the realization came that I could compete at the top end of the age group field grew, the pressure did go up a bit. I was however still so new at all of this that the elements of joy and surprise outshone any doubts I had about myself.
What will races look like during the COVID 19 Pandemic? We've got some of the answers in this blog post!
Start 2020 off right! Save BIG on an individualized training program this 2020 with our #NewYear Mission Plan Sale. OutRival Racing is offering a special New Year rate on its Annual Mission Plan Program for first-time athletes.
Headed to 70.3 Worlds in Nice, France (or any European Ironman event, for that matter), and wondering about on course nutrition and how it compares to what you might normally use? Read on!
The season is winding down and even over for most. For some, this is a relief, for others it is a bit of a “what do I do now” kind of feeling.