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Why Cyclists Should Be Running

One thing that I’ve learned about pure cyclists is that they love to get out for a ride and don’t really worry too much about cross training unless they maybe hit the gym a few times a week. Go for

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Why “Surviving the Swim” Doesn’t Work

For a good number of triathletes the swim is their weakness. I’ve found that this stems from the human nature of people simply not wanting to do what they’re not good at. Unless a person participated with a swim team

Posted in Race Strategy, Swim

Why Triathletes Should Swim with a Masters Group

Hearing the term “Masters Swim” tends to intimidate a majority of swimmers who don’t consider themselves to be competitive or even competent in the sport of swimming. I believe that this is due to them using the wrong definition of

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Stroke Rate…Part 2

In my last post I touched on some of the basics behind stroke rate, why it’s very much an individual pursuit and not a one size fits all situation. In this post I’ll show you a research paper that helps

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Stroke Rate…Part 1

When we talk about cycling or running cadence we often refer to a cadence of 90+ steps/revolutions per minute which tends to be the most efficient for a majority people. Unfortunately we can’t use this same reasoning when it comes

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Distance Per Stroke

There seems to be a general lack of misunderstanding regarding the Distance Per Stroke (DPS) swim drill that we see so often written into training plans and referenced in swim and triathlete magazines. Most of the time I see swimmers

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How To Get Over A Bad Race

I’ve missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I’ve lost almost 300 games. 26 times, I’ve been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life. And that

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How to Overcome Post Race Depression

The completion of Ironman Arizona all but marks the end of long course racing here in North America for the year. This time of year often brings a slump into people’s lives as they’ve completed all their multisport races for

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How To Pick Your Next Race

There’s been quite a bit of talk and banter going on within the Team Texarkana squad about what next big race they should do in 2015 (yes, they’re already thinking that far ahead). So the question arises of how should

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10 Mistakes Most Triathletes Make In The Out Season

There is a wealth of opportunities in the Out Season to accomplish some great things to set us up properly for the upcoming season. Unfortunately a lot of us don’t take advantage of these opportunities and miss out and making

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