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Tri training: a retrospective by Amy G. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 11:07am It all started almost a year ago. I was gathered with a group of friends celebrating Olivia’s birthday. We were drinking wine and eating. And drinking wine. Claudia sat herself down beside me and started talking about joining the tri team. I thought about it. She poured me more wine, talked about Pacific Grove Triathlon. More wine. Phil thought ... Read on »
Review: Te Under Armour SpeedForm Running shoes are the right combination of function, fit & personality by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Wed 21 Aug 2013 11:48am Men, admit it, you are dieing to know what it would feel like to wear a bra. What would that soft supple fabric feel like pressed up against your hairy man chest? Well, unless you are going to buy a Bro or Manssiere , you will be waiting a little bit longer for that bra feeling against your chest. But, in the meantime, you could take in how ... Read on »
Triathlons history by Rob Whitehead Patient Expert Posted Thu 23 Apr 2009 5:26pm Triathlon Author: Stan Reents. Twenty years ago, triathlon was considered an insane event that appealed to only the most hardcore of athletes. In 1995, about 50,000 Americans entered a triathlon event. Today, that number is closer to 200,000 annually. Even health clubs are now offering triathlon classes. Training like a triathlete is appea ... Read on »
Finding Time for the Trifecta: Triathlon Training GUEST POST by HappyHealthyRunner Health MavenFacebook Posted Wed 21 Dec 2011 11:00am A couple weeks ago Shelley and I started emailing back and forth about running, blogging, and triathlons. She knew I used to swim and asked why I hadn’t done any triathlons. I gave the usual reasons, you know, “too busy”, “work full time”, “marathon training”, “weak biker”, etc… you know, no real solid reasons just a lot of fluff. I asked if sh ... Read on »
One of the oldest cycling dilemmas resolved: Weight vs. Speed by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Fri 03 Dec 2010 11:02am How can endurance athletes increase their bike speed without changing their training habits? There are two ways to increase bike speed without changing training habits. One way is spending money on aerodynamic equipment and the other is to lose weight. Think about how weight affects bike speed. Several studies exist out there r ... Read on »
Race Report: Silver Lake Triathlon by Mike W. Posted Fri 01 Aug 2008 12:00am We got a little lucky with the weather this morning, as there was a 50% chance of thunderstorms. We got rained on a bit on the way there, but then it cleared up and the sun came out before the end of the race and it's turning into a really nice day. Aside from a few wet spots, the roads were dry so the rain wasn't really an issue. This ... Read on »
My Birthday: taking stock of one more year in Triathlon by Hector F. Patient Expert Posted Mon 02 Jun 2008 5:03pm Taking Stock after one more year of Triathlon - a long essay on what one more year in Triathlon was like for me, as well as thank yous to all those that pushed me to complete 2 Ironmans in 200 days. Last night after my little swim/run regimen at the YMCA I got home to our loft and Chelle had made a Happy Birthday sign for me out of post i ... Read on »
I feel the need…the need for speed! by Gavi E. Posted Fri 28 Jan 2011 8:38pm As I’ve mentioned before , I hated running growing up. It’s only been in the last year that I have come to not just enjoy but truly love running. In the months leading up to my first half-marathon in October, I found myself constantly thinking, reading, and writing about running. I wanted to learn all that I could about everything f ... Read on »
Black Bear Half Ironman by Chris Fotache Posted Mon 14 Sep 2009 9:50am Yesterday June 1st, 2008 I completed the biggest race of my life. It was the longest, toughest, hardest athletic activity I ever did. Considering my training, the result should be considered as miserable, however I had a blast, it was one of the most awesome experiences of my life, and I'm looking forward to the next one. I went to race with ... Read on »
RunnerDude Chats With TIMEX Multisport Team Member Susanne Davis by RunnerDude Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 05 Jun 2014 4:48pm Recently I had the privilege to interview Timex Multisport Team member Susanne Davis. Susanne is a decorated athlete who has set course records and won many Sprint Distance Triathlons.  As a Professional Triathlete in the 1990s, she travelled the world racing ITU World Cups and competed in the 2000 US Olympic Triathlon Trials.  In Oct ... Read on »