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Athlete Spotlight: Deb ‘Motorhead’ Merritt

I recently spent a few minutes with Deb Merritt, who is part of our current Project 13 group training for the Dallas Marathon and Half. Project 13 is a division of Meat Fight, a nonprofit out of Dallas with the goal of raising money to help fund bikes for those living with Multiple Sclerosis. In […]

The Injured Athlete: Yes, I’m Talking to You

If you are now or have ever been an athlete, it’s highly likely that you have gone through some sort of an injury. And if you’re a newbie runner-triathlete-endurance athlete, chances are pretty strong that if you stick with it long enough, eventually you will. I’m not being negative, just realistic.  I often see people […]

By |September 25th, 2018|Life, Motivation, Results, Training, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Athlete IQ: Part 2, Emotion

Learn to control your emotions or they will control you.
(~Edgar Martinez)

The more years I’ve spent in sport (both in the ring and from the sidelines helping others), the more I realize how some of the intangibles to success are due to factors we cannot measure or necessarily see. While we can all talk about […]

By |August 24th, 2018|Life, Motivation, Results, Training, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Athlete Spotlight: The Ginger Twins, AKA Kevin & Conor Mullervy

I recently had a chance to catch up with two of Dave Wenger’s athletes, Kevin and Conor Mullervy; known as the Ginger Duo. Seems they have always kept sport close to them be it soccer or cycling, have become pretty dang fast bike racers, and after all these years of twinning, aren’t sick of one […]

Athlete IQ: Part I, Logic

~The future is fluid. Each act, each decision, and each development creates new possibilities and eliminates others. The future is ours to direct.~ (Jacque Fresco)

I have often talked about accountability as an athlete. I firmly believe this to be a major factor which will determine if someone experiences success in their chosen field, be it […]