Ethics in Coaching and Your Responsibility as an Athlete

Most people will assume this blog is in response to the recent allegations levied against a local triathlon coach here in Nashville.  That is in part true.  Some is in response to a situation where we find ourselves at odds with another organization.   It also happens that Coach Jessica is taking an online course […]

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The Racer’s Remorse

How do you feel when you cross the finish line?  Are you full of joy and amazement from your accomplishment?  Are you ready to kill over and die?  Is there room for both? Racing is a personal contest with yourself.  While you may toe the line with hundreds or thousands of competitors, the race is […]

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12 Habits of Highly Successful Triathletes, Part 12 – Consistency

Consistency is boring, isn’t it? Doesn’t it seem greatness should come in bursts of activity instead of step by step on a long, long journey? We love stories of overnight sensations and don’t pay much attention to those who become great through years of daily effort and attention. Think of Chrissie Wellington. She won races […]

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One Ironman, Three Approaches

I had the great pleasure of coaching 3 first time Ironman athletes this November for IM Florida. It was an experience that deserves to be shared as it demonstrated so clearly how individualized coaching works. These were all online coaching athletes, which meant that I built their schedule on a weekly basis and managed their […]

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