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Seeing is Believing


The Power of Video Analysis and Your Training By Coach Stacee Seay   “I had no idea I was doing that!” Famous last words at almost every video analysis I’ve done or seen over the years. How do YOU learn?  More than 65% of the population are visual learners. For that reason alone it makes … Continued

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Off Season Mountain Biking for Triathletes


Off Season on the Off Road By Coach Tom Manzi Most triathletes are entering the off season, or what coaches call the Transition Period. During this period, it’s a good idea to lose a bit of fitness, but not turn into a couch potato, so non-triathlon specific workouts would a great way to stay fit … Continued

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Strength Training for Triathletes


The Importance of Strength Training   When I first started working with a coach it came with many changes to the way I had trained in the past. One of those changes was a structured weight lifting routine. (And when I started coaching I learned these same principles.) When I first saw it on my … Continued

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Resisting the Urge to Quit


Resisting the Urge to Quit by Colleen Sager   When the going gets tough and you want to quit… We’ve all been there before; training seems to be going to well.  You’re enjoying the early morning swim, you feel strong during your bike rides, and your pride and ego seem to be on the same … Continued

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How to Improve Swimming Efficiency


How to Improve Swimming Efficiency by Sarah Wright Here you are in August as your latest triathlon season is winding down. You have improved drastically since you first started racing but you still find yourself at the back of the pack on the swim. For this reason, you have decided to dedicate this off-season to … Continued

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BIKE PACING FOR 112 MILES


The art of pacing is critical and vital for race-day success, ensuring you expend your energy at the finish line and not beforehand. Approximately 50 percent of your Ironman will be spent on the bike. How you pace yourself will not only impact how fast you get complete the bike course, but also how well … Continued

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Swim Faster by Building Your Aerobic Engine – Here’s how!


 “That Which You Measure You Can Improve!” Swim Faster by Building Your Aerobic Engine – Here’s how! By Coach Stacee Seay Want to swim faster? A sure fire way to improve your swimming, once you have developed a good stroke technique is to work on your swim fitness through CSS training.  Critical Swim Speed training … Continued

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The Key To Maintaining Intentional Focus


THE KEY TO MAINTAINING INTENTIONAL FOCUS by B.E.S.T. Sports Psychology Consultant Colleen Sager   “The time is now, the place is here” – Dan Millman Take a moment to think about your last peak performance either during training or a race.  What thoughts are going through your head? Were you thinking about a past or … Continued

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Should Triathletes and Cyclists Use A Power Meter?


Should I use power? I get asked all the time if I should be using power.  You know, everybody is talking about it.  My standard coaching answer is “it depends”…  Really it does!   What I see is that it comes down to two things: What kind of athlete are you? What you are going to … Continued

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