Results

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 […]

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

Lessons from the Long Game – By: Kelly Williamson

~Adopt the pace of nature; her secret is patience.~
(Ralph Waldo Emerson)
There are so many qualities that can be valuable to being a successful athlete. Some of the basics include commitment, dedication, perseverance and resiliency; none of which should be underestimated. But one quality that I feel is critical to long term success, both as an […]

By |December 7th, 2018|Life, Motivation, Results, Training, Uncategorized|0 Comments

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 […]