The Simplified Triathlete – Saying NO to Free Stuff

You may recall that in the first two posts in the Simplified Triathlete series I talked about de-cluttering and saying no to things that take up your time but don’t matter to you passionately. Today we get to put those things together with a real-life skill to practice: saying no to freebies. Race freebies cause […]

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Following the First Two Rules of Training

Triathlon training isn’t a complicated matter.  While sports scientists and physiologists do contribute a great deal of lab time to the science behind training, the concepts are really simple.  To get an adaptation, you simply need to stress the body at an appropriate level.  The body, then responds, and grows stronger.  Sure, that is a […]

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This is How I Roll Featuring FTP Coaching Athlete Justin Menees

We hope you enjoy peeking into the life of our latest featured athlete, Justin Menees. Justin has been with FTP Coaching since Fall 2014 as he prepares for his next Ironman. He has proven to be a consistent, dedicated, hard-working guy that never makes excuses and always has his priorities in order. AND he shares […]

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Spring 2015 Team Gear

It has been a while since I explained everything, so here is how team gear works. 1.  Review your options below.2.  Complete the ORDER FORM3.  Pay 50% upfront & 50% when you get your gear.  (if we have your account, we can just deduct it). 4.  Deadline is Wednesday March 25th 5pm (central time) As […]

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The Simplified Triathlete – Balance: Simpler and Harder Than You Think

This is part of an ongoing series here at FTP Coaching to help you improve the quality of your training, your life, and your well-being by eliminating stress, inefficiency, and complication in every-day situations. We will explore topics such as training protocols, organizing your gear, establishing schedules, habits, and routines, identifying sources of bad stress, […]

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