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August 22, 2019

Like Jonny Cash, I Walk the Line

Like many triathletes, I often get questions about how I find time to train, work full time, and spend time with family. I typically just dismiss this by coming up with some rationalization related to healthy lifestyle, etc. However, as...

July 3, 2019

When it comes to buying a tri-suit, there is a plethora of information out there that sometimes isn’t really very useful in helping you make a decision as to what you want, need and can afford. 

On one end of the spectrum, it can be tempting to splurge out on the most e...

May 21, 2019

As triathletes we spend most of our swim training time in the pool, but the reality is that we are NOT pool swimmers, but open water ones.

That said, if you were to take a poll of how much the average triathlete enjoys swimming open water, I would venture to say that th...

April 19, 2019

With racing and summer vacations comes travel. Whether you’re going by plane, train, or automobile, you’re likely to end up in a new location during this season. You might be going to train some more or maybe you’re just hoping to check out some of trails near the cott...

January 7, 2019

Wetsuits were first developed for diving and water-sports, designed to provide warmth in the water. Traditional wetsuits are generally thicker for added insulation with a tougher, more rugged outer to cope with the wear and tear. The thicker neoprene is quite restricti...

December 21, 2018


If you are in the sport of triathlon for the long haul, sooner or later, you will be buying a wetsuit. Even if you venture from the colder climes and are quite comfortable swimming in cold water, there will be times when it might be mandatory to wear a wetsuit at a ce...

December 14, 2018

With the summer race season now a distant memory, we head into the colder months and the “off-season”. The lack of motivation to keep the fitness wheels turning when the weather is not great and we have no races to look forward to will grow by the day.

How do we take so...

November 13, 2018

Wow!  It is so hard to believe 4 weeks have already gone by since Kona.  I can say for myself I have been thinking about the race non-stop. Analyzing data, trying to make decisions about where to place focus, race planning for next season - scrutinizing everything to u...

October 31, 2018

Triathlon season is drawing to a close. The last few races of the season are starting to come around, and for some, it’s time to reflect on your 2018 racing season and start planning for 2019. For others, you may have seen friends online taking on the fitness challenge...

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