When It Pays to Be Deluded

I want to share with the you all the embarrassing lies I tell myself and why I think you should work on your lying, too. As I mentioned in a previous post, I’ve recently returned to racing after a very long time away. I have only done two running races so far but in both […]

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Action Vs. Intention – When Knowledge Hurts You

I just read a short personal finance book with an awful title (I Will Teach You To Be Rich by Ramit Sethi) and it contained a great lesson that applies to triathlon just as much as money. It’s a mistake we ALL tend to make and it keeps us from becoming the best athlete we […]

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Starting Over Part Two: Making a Plan

In my previous post on this topic I talked about how I took advantage of starting over with my fitness to make some changes that will pay off in the future. If you spent a little too much time “recovering” from your last race of the season or have just fallen off your game, I […]

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This Is How I Roll, Featuring FTP Coaching Athlete Derrick Rice

We are happy to introduce you to Derrick Rice, one of our FTP Coaching clients. Derrick joined us last year through a referral from another client and we have really enjoyed working with him. Derrick is one of those clients that always does what he is supposed to, always communicates well with his coach, is […]

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