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The Art of Self Negotiation…and re-negotiation – By: Derick Williamson

The best athletes in the world have a secret weapon, no it’s not their massive physiological values, their super high end gear or even their superior genetics…it’s their ability to wheel and deal on the fly when it feels like the walls are caving in and there is no way they can keep going. When […]

By |August 6th, 2019|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Open Water Swimming: 7 Tips for Between the Ears (By: Kelly Williamson)

THE SWIM. When talking to a triathlete, if they voice a concern over their upcoming race, it is often THE SWIM. Cycling and running are fairly straightforward, require far less technique and despite the obvious factors of wind/weather, tend to throw fewer curve balls your way. But the swim will intimidate those who did not […]

Addressing five cycling/triathlon related weaknesses through strength training – By: Dave McIntosh

“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.“

As a massage therapist and cycling coach working in a physical therapy clinic, these words have always resonated with me. Whether it is just a little more attention to nutrition/hydration, getting to bed a little earlier, or for our purposes here, adopting a strength training routine […]

By |April 2nd, 2019|Training|0 Comments

Navigating the Nutrition Landmine – By: Kelly Williamson

Keto. Paleo. Vegetarian. Whole 30. Intermittent fasting. Plant-based. Vegan. Grapefruit diet. …OK, maybe that’s an old one… but you get my point. Every time we turn around, there is a new ‘diet’ that seems the next best trend that will make YOU healthier, faster, stronger, and live until 110. I like to think that our […]

Project 13 Dallas: Stronger Together – By: Kelly Williamson

“My one word might be inspiration.  How I choose to live my life is up to me. MS lives with me, I don’t live with MS.  I am now in a situation where I can inspire others to stay, or become active, whether they are living with MS or not. People look at me a little […]

By |January 10th, 2019|Life, Motivation, Results, Training, Uncategorized|0 Comments