TOP SIX-Things learned over the years

1. Bad races happen. Everyday is not a personal best. When you combine running races, crits, time trials, triathlons and other events, it isn’t unreasonable for an athlete to race 12-15 times in a year. A subpar performance is bound to happen. And the best part…it likely doesn’t mean anything. Some days are not your […]

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“Fast” is all about perspective

Nearly all of us want to be faster. That seems to be a common thread in this sport. But who gets to define ‘fast?” That all depends on your perspective. As an adjective, the definition of fast is “moving or capable of moving at a high rate of speed.” The definition sounds pretty objective. But […]

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A Return to Peak Form

Spring is my favorite time of year. The days grow longer, flora and mother nature turn your surroundings from dreary to vibrant and best of all the temperatures begin to rise. For athletes, this is a very pivotal time in the training season. Train right and you will set yourself up for a long, fruitful […]

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Top SIX: Pre-Season Checklist

It’s March again, so we are re-posting this blog from last season: As spring training picks up, triathletes are slowly emerging from their hermit-like winter abodes and hitting the pavement with a new fervor. Race season (and pollen) are in the air. But have you taken care of the essentials? Here are six tips to […]

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