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Training through a triathlon injury by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Sat 05 Feb 2011 10:53am Editor's Note: Please consult your doctor before trying any of these exercises. With cold weather upon us, a triathlon injury can become more frequent. Not only do we return to cross-training and and other winter sports, but the lower temperatures decrease elasticity of tendons and ligaments, resulting in increased susceptibility to injur ... Read on »
Training Through A Triathlon Injury by bengreenfield Facebook Posted Sat 05 Feb 2011 9:26am With cold weather upon us, a triathlon injury can become more frequent. Not only do we return to cross-training and and other winter sports, but the lower temperatures decrease elasticity of tendons and ligaments, resulting in increased susceptibility to injury. So if you've hobbled out of a workout lately and complained about "not being able to ... Read on »
OHL Player taking to triathlon to promote Brain Injury Awareness by LARRY BRADLEY Posted Fri 11 Mar 2011 11:11am KITCHENER — Hockey may be on trial over serious head injuries. But Ben Fanelli, whose hockey career has been stalled by a hit that resulted in severe head trauma, declines to sit on the jury. “It’s not my duty to change the game,” the Kitchener Rangers defenceman said Thursday as he discussed his plans to run, swim and cycle in a triathlon ... Read on »
Alistair Brownlee back from injury with spectacular victory at ITU World Triathlon Kitzbühel in Austria by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Jun 2012 9:47pm Kitzbühel, Austria (June 24, 2012) - All eyes were on Alistair Brownlee in his comeback race and he made certain to impress while re-asserting his position as the gold medal favourite at the London Olympic Games.  The reigning ITU World Champion produced a masterful performance in Kitzbühel today, punctuated by an eye-popping 29:51 10km run s ... Read on »
Zen and the Art of Triathlon Podcast: Open ocean swimming and beyond by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 14 Dec 2009 1:07pm Click HERE to listen. Hey there, Tri-studs and studettes!  First off, I need to mention that 6th place Ultraman finisher Rich Roll will be training and teaching with us at ZenTri Triathlon Base and Nutrition Camp in January.  If you haven't signed up, you better do it quickly because there's limited space.  Don't wait! ... Read on »
6 years later..., chasing the girl in the pink shorts. by Krista L. Patient Expert Posted Tue 10 Feb 2009 10:58am 6 years ago I raced my first 10K, the Runners Den Classic. The weekend before I ran my first half marathon and 2 months before that I ran my first marathon. I suppose I did things a little backwards? Oh well.. Shane ran with my 6 years ago. I was a 9min miler. I finished the race in 51:35 8/10 in the 20-25 age group. Really? I ran that fast ... Read on »
{Guest Post} How an Injury Rejevenated my Love of Tri-ing by 321delish Posted Thu 30 Jun 2011 9:18am Hello readers! My name is Katie (or KK, but only Chloe can call me that), and I’m Chloe’s best friend. I live up in Boston, MA. We’ve known one another since freshman year of high school, and have been best friends since senior year of high school. She’s seen me through some pretty tough and exciting parts of my life — including training for my ... Read on »
Dear Mark: Sprints and Blood Sugar, Resistant Starch as Carbs, PUFA in Coconut Oil, Cycling as Chronic Cardio, and Morning Sickn by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 09 Feb 2014 11:34pm For today’s edition of , I cover four questions and my wife Carrie covers one. First, I discuss the effects of sprinting on blood sugar in the short term and long term. Next is whether or not one counts resistant starch as a carb in their daily allotment. Third, I identify the actual proportion of omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids found in co ... Read on »
indoor training: the mental battle by Felicia C. Posted Mon 21 Feb 2011 12:00am its back. friday’s weather was such a tease. i’m so glad i got to get outside and enjoy it though! hope you all had a nice weekend i was in my graduate classes both days (from 8-5) and doing work in between, so today i get to chill out for a second. i’m sure some of you have off today for the holiday, so take advantage and rela ... Read on »
Marathon: you win this round by Amanda L. Posted Thu 05 Dec 2013 11:41pm Post NCR Marathon a million years ago It all started so innocently, and looked so promising. Way back in 1998 I ran my first marathon, the NCR Trail Marathon in Baltimore County. I came out of it with a 3:39, not even knowing what the heck I was doing. A BQ at the time, and I didn’t even go. I was too focused on triathlon that year to ... Read on »