Monthly Archive for: ‘July, 2014’

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    The Nashville Dolphins Open Water Swim

    What’s better than doing an open water swim in preparation for your triathlon? Doing an open water swim in the exact location of your triathlon the day before the race AND supporting an amazing organization at the same time. Last Saturday, Davey and I had the opportunity to …

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    Five Small Tips That Make A Big Difference

    Here are a few of my current triathlon training pet peeves: 1. When my shoe laces come undone while running. While I used to love when this happened because it meant I could take a break, ain’t nobody got time for that when it happens multiple times during …

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    How To Practice Your Triathlon Transitions

    Question: How do you practice your transitions when you don’t have anywhere to swim? Answer: Spin around 5 times and then run through a puddle. Seriously. When it comes to getting ready for your triathlon, you gotta work with what you have. Since we don’t …

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    We Want To Hear YOUR Story

    First of all, you guys rock! You guys are taking yourselves on, training hard, overcoming challenges and completing triathlons left and right! In our last newsletter, we shared a bit of Sarah’s triathlon story. Wasn’t it awesome? Both Davey and I felt so inspired and …

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    Triathlon Supplement Review: the (pretty stinkin’ awesome) Enduropacks – Plus Giveaway!

    Last week, I read a couple articles about the importance of supplemental nutrition for triathletes. The reason being is that triathletes subject their bodies to long bouts of intense physical activity. But that doesn’t mean only Ironmen should take a vitamin and mineral supplements. These …

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    3 Ways Beginner Triathletes Can Swim Faster, Better and Longer

    It seems like there are two types of triathletes in the world: those for whom the swim comes easy, and those who the swim is the bane of their triathlon existence. It also seems like 97 percent of triathletes fall into the second, burdensome category. …

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    Triathlon Balance: What To Do When Life Gets In The Way

    Back in March, when if felt like warmer weather would never get here, I was really looking forward to this summer. I dreamed of having time to read a few new books, of spending long lazy days lounging by the pool, of hosting dinner parties with …

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    The Five Minute Triathlon Toning Workout

    Today we have my awesome sister-in-law, and personal trainer extraordinaire, here to give you guys a killer (and quick!) triathlon strength training workout. Having recently had a baby (Isn’t she cute!!! We love our niece!), Mandy knows how hard it can be to make your workout a priority …

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    Our Top Beginner Triathlon Transition Tip

    Just when you thought we were done with our top triathlon tips, we have another post coming atcha! Now you may be wondering, “they’ve already talked about the swim, the bike and the run… what else is there?” The transition… dum, du dum dum dummmmmm. But why …

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    Our Best Run Tip for Beginner Triathletes

    There are two types of people in the world. Those who love to run and those who hate to run. But no matter what type of person you are, you still have to run to get to the finish line of a triathlon. Unlike swimming, running comes …

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    Our Number One Beginner Triathlon Bike Tip

    Don’t you hate it when you ask someone for a triathlon tip or piece of advice and they say something vague like, “just have fun”? While we think it’s 100% necessary that fun be a big part of your triathlon training as a beginner triathlete, …

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    Our #1 Triathlon Swim Tip

    Our Top Best Tips For Beginner Triathletes in each Sport Jess and I are often asked “What’s your best triathlon tip?”. That’s a hard question to answer, because there tons of tips, in fact, you can download our 101 Awesome Beginner Triathlon Tips for free. But …

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