Monthly Archive for: ‘June, 2012’

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    Triathlon Training Hydration: Eat Your Water

    Yup, you read it right. Our triathlon training tip for the day is to EAT your water. Let me tell you a little secret. I hate water. I’m not the type of person who enjoys drinking my 8 glasses a day. Water is… well, so …

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    Be Brave… Sign Up For A Triathlon!

    I have been so excited to see the movie Brave. And yes, one of the reasons is because the girl has a head of amazing red hair! Anyway, Davey and I went to go see this movie and it was really cute and inspirational… in …

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    Noticing the Resources Around You While Training For Your First Triathlon


    To date I {Doug} have participated in two Triathlon events, one sprint and one olympic. As I write this, I am training for a significantly longer event, the Vineman 70.3. Like many triathletes I sometimes find myself thinking I’m all alone as I train… thinking it’s “just me”. That is, up until now! This new challenge that I’ve taken on has revealed my need for additional resources beyond “just me”. So, here’s my question, if there were resources around you…resources that could support and help you as you train for your first triathlon… resources that could make a big difference on the day of your event…then what would it take for you to start using them?

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    Meet Doug, Motivational Life Coach & Triathlete

    We’d like to introduce you to our good friend and Life Coach, Doug Richardson. Doug lives in beautiful Santa Rosa, California with his lovely wife, Valerie. Doug and Val have an amazing, life coaching practice and you should totally go check out their website, Awake …

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    How To Recover Faster From Your Tri Workout (Part Two)

    In my last post Tri Workout Recovery, I talked about using stretching and self-myofascial release (or self deep-tissue massage) as tremendous tools to aid in recovery. I hope you’ve given them a try by now and found that they really do work! But there’s more to …

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