Monthly Archives: April 2019

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 […]

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