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How To Stay Hydrated If You Hate Drinking Water

Posted by: on May, 23 2017

Found on Triathlete.com and written by Brooke Schohl First, you’ve got to know what’s at stake should you become dehydrated. You lose water through breathing, digestion and sweating, and even minor dehydration can negatively impact your performance, hindering your body’s ability to regulate its temperature and blood pressure, and fuel working muscles. So what if […]

3 Powerhouse Nutrients You Should Be Eating

Posted by: on May, 23 2017

Found on Triathlete.com and written by Matthew Kadey, M.S, R.D Sure, other health foods may be more exciting. But while these three nutrients might be the dietary equivalent of mom jeans, they’re tried and true, and a deficit of any one of them can keep you from reaching your full potential. So add this trio […]

5 Essential Tips For Triathlon Newbies

Posted by: on May, 23 2017

Found on Triathlete.com and written by Meredith Atwood A reminder: We were all beginners at one point in our triathlon journeys. I think some triathletes forget that they were ever beginners. I can be on a race course and experience such bad behavior sometimes that I have to stop and think: “Did that guy ever […]

Runners, Skip Your Coffee and Grab This Disneyland Chef’s Rocket Fuel Smoothie

Posted by: on May, 17 2017

Found on PopSugar and written by Dominique Astorino This past weekend I got to experience my first runDisney race: the Tinker Bell Half Marathon (ie, my dreams came true). Before the half, I attended runDisney’s Lunch ‘N Learn to get some tips on properly fueling up before a race in a totally gourmet way. Disneyland […]

One Hour Workout: Tempo Run With A Twist

Posted by: on May, 17 2017

Found on Triathlete.com by Mario Fraioli Every Tuesday we’ll feature a different coach’s workout you can complete in 60 mins (or less!). This week’s session comes from running coach Mario Fraioli. The tempo run, in its most basic state, is defined as a sustained, steady effort over a set distance or predetermined length of time. It’s […]

One Hour Workout: Mobility And Core Strength Gym Session

Posted by: on May, 16 2017

Found on Triathlete.com Every Tuesday we’ll feature a different coach’s workout you can complete in 60 min (or less!). This week’s workout comes from Marilyn Chychota, a former elite cyclist and triathlete and now coach for Endurance Corner. She says the goal of this gym session is basic mobility, core and preparation strength for upcoming training phases. […]

One Hour Workout: Run And Strength Boot Camp

Posted by: on May, 16 2017

Found on Triathlete.com Every Tuesday we’ll feature a different coach’s workout you can complete in 60 minutes (or less!). This week’s run and strength workout comes from USAT Level I coach Jessica Dollar of Nashville-based FTP Coaching (ftpcoaching.com). This quick boot-camp-style workout makes for an easy session when you’re strapped for time or on the […]

%$#@, Yeah! Swearing Makes You Stronger

Posted by: on May, 16 2017

Found on Triathlete.com and written by Susan Lacke Isn’t science grand? Go ahead, drop that F-bomb—it might just get you over the crest. New research presented at the Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society reveals that swearing aloud increases strength. The study, conducted at Keele University in England, compared the anaerobic cycling power of […]

Which Matters More: What You Eat or How Much You Eat?

Posted by: on May, 16 2017

Found on Competitor.com and written by Matt Fitzgerald ‘Tis the season to worry about weight gain. According to research, most adults add a pound or two between Thanksgiving and the New Year. This phenomenon is blamed on seasonal changes in diet. Runners, though, have an additional reason to worry about weight gain. For us, the […]

Harriette Thompson Returns To San Diego

Posted by: on May, 15 2017

World’s oldest female marathoner will celebrate 20 years of running the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series!   If a 94-year-old can run a half marathon, anyone can, right? If you need a little inspiration, look to Harriette Thompson of Charlotte, N.C. In 2015 she became the oldest woman in history to run a marathon finishing […]