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Reflections and Lifetime Memories of the 2015 Oregon Double Anvil

Posted on 28 July 2015

Tweet Over the years, I have not been the best at writing race reports for all the various events. However, based on the overwhelming experience competing at the Oregon Double Anvil, I thought it might be a good time to provide some highlights for those considering doing an over the top, tough, slow, hilly and [Read the Rest...]

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Persistence In Training Equals Persistence In Racing

Posted on 01 May 2014

Tweet We have all faced those memorable workouts when you push through specific barriers and persisted to finish no matter how tough the circumstances. Mental toughness training sessions are the key to performing well on race day. It might be a targeted workout specifically with new threshold barriers that you incorporate into your workouts – [Read the Rest...]

Using Mental Re-Setting During Your Race

Posted on 22 April 2014

Tweet There will normally be a few crucial times during your race when it’s mentally challenging to keep pushing the pace. Your heart rate is high, the lactic acid is building in your legs and it hurts. During a long race when the energy stores are completely depleted and the mind is scrambling all over [Read the Rest...]

Stronger Than Iron Book Release

Posted on 09 April 2014

Tweet Stronger than Iron Book – the story of the epic journey of the Triple Deca in Italy last year 2013. The 30 Ironmans in 30 days race. Stronger than Iron Book will be out in the first week of May. Then it will also be out in Amazon and in other e-reader stores. For [Read the Rest...]

Jet Lag – Top 10 Elimination Tips for Athletes

Posted on 04 April 2014

Tweet For those of you that travel long distances (via planes) for work, vacations or races, jet lag can become a significant factor until the body acclimates to new time zones.   Over all the years of traveling and trying many different methods to reduce the exhaustive affects of traveling, below is my list of top [Read the Rest...]

The Triathlon Lifestyle

Posted on 23 March 2014

Tweet We all train and race for so many different reasons in our now mature sport of triathlons. I think most would agree that the greatest memories of a triathlon event beyond personal performance would be the great friends and new acquaintances that last well beyond the race. Yes we might remember the negative split [Read the Rest...]

Roads to Rhodes Marathon Quick View to the Finish Line

Posted on 21 March 2014

Tweet Roads to Rhodes Marathon Finish Line Perspective. To those of you doing this marathon, here’s what you should take a look in advance.  

Cruise Ships and Working Out Top 4 Considerations

Posted on 17 March 2014

Tweet Have you ever been on a cruise ship for a work function/conference or holiday?   After a recent trip to the Caribbean with the Navigator ship (Royal Caribbean) there are several items you should be aware of with respect to working out.    My cruise stopped at three different locations during the 7-day cruise (Honduras, Belize, [Read the Rest...]

SLO Marathon – San Luis Obispo Marathon April 25-27, 2014

Posted on 09 March 2014

Tweet SLO Marathon San Luis Obispo Marathon – April 25-27, 2014. It’s my 2nd year of running-in to this race. For those of you who want to experience and old school running race/marathon, this is the best for you! Click Here! for more information about the SLO Marathon.  

Tabata Workouts

Posted on 26 February 2014

Tweet Tabata workouts are a great way to mix up your interval workouts. The high intensity workouts became very popular in the 1970′s specifically with weight lifting. Professor Tabata originally did the famous study with Olympic speed-skaters in 1996. The results of the study showed an increase of VO2 max from performing these high intensity [Read the Rest...]

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