3 Rules for your ‘off-season’ training

By now, most race directors are planning for 2012. The season is behind them. It seems that too often athletes take a similar approach. Here are three rules for training through the winter months. 1. There is no off-season. Yes, you need to give your body a break and strike a better life balance during […]

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Awareness

Triathletes are good at blocking things out. They block out aches and pains on a daily basis. They block out the voices that tell them to take a rest day or hit the snooze button. It’s a habit that serves us well when we are doing the things on a daily basis that we don’t […]

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Simple Water Bottle Storage Solution

We reorganized our pantry this week and were determined to come up with a solution for all of our water bottles. We had them stored in two cardboard boxes on the floor of the pantry and not only were the yucky ones mixed in with the ones we loved, the lids were often missing and […]

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Simplify Your Life

Family. Work. Training. Friends. In-laws. To-do lists. Life has plenty of stress. Often it is the simplest of things that make the biggest difference. As the holidays rapidly approach, we begin accumulating more and more stuff. Look around. Where is it going to go? Clutter. That’s what most of it is. And for many people […]

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Our Piece in Triathlete Magazine – Why Strength Matters

While we were in China for Coach Andrew’s race, we got word that an article about FTP Coaching had been published in the October issue of Triathlete magazine. While this was not the first time we had appeared in the magazine, it is so far our largest exposure. The piece centered not on our abilities […]

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