CFL Tri Club Weekend UPdate – May 16 – 17, 2020

Good morning Team,

Enclosed you will find the weekend update:

Saturday

  • Location: Waterfront Park, Clermont, FL
  • Arrival Time: 6:30 am
  • Start Time: 6:50 am
  • Duration:
    • 400m swim beginners / 1000m swim intermediate and advanced
    • 21 mile bike
    • 5k / 10k run

Bike Route:

https://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/3100106605

Sunday

  • Location: Downtown YMCA
  • Arrival Time: 5:50 am
  • Start Time: 6:00 am
  • Distance: 6 – 9 miles

Friday VR Schedule

Friday VR Schedule
9 am Yoga – Cancelled (Meeting)
5:30 pm HIIT Strength

Zoom ID: 876-0321-0273

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CFL Tri Club Meeting – Tonight

On Thursday night at 6:30 pm. I will like to have a Virtual Meeting with all of the club members and provide an update on where everything is going with races, ymca and many other things. 

Topic: CFL Tri Club Meeting
Time: May 14, 2020 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Week of May 11 – 17, 2020

Hello Team,

I hope you all had a good mother’s day! I want to say how proud I am of our Team. We were there all day Saturday, encouraging and helping Chris complete his 70.3 distance. Thank you again to everyone for your support. I want to give a big shout out to Simone, Carlos, Jennifer and Dan that have helped Chris in his journey.

Schedule for this week:

I am doing a few changes to the schedule. Please review them. In addition, on Saturday, we are going to be doing a Mock Tri at 6:50 am.

1000m swim / 40k bike /5k run

Virtual Sessions: I have also changed the times for the Virtual sessions.

It will be a lot of fun.

Club Virtual Meeting

On Thursday night at 6:30 pm. I will like to have a Virtual Meeting with all of the club members and provide an update on where everything is going with races, ymca and many other things.

Topic: CFL Tri Club Meeting
Time: May 14, 2020 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89668068056?pwd=azlHblRaWUF6TzlqS0ticHhUNXVydz09

Meeting ID: 896 6806 8056
Password: 532527
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+13126266799,,89668068056#,,1#,532527# US (Chicago)
+19292056099,,89668068056#,,1#,532527# US (New York)

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+1 929 205 6099 US (New York)
+1 301 715 8592 US (Germantown)
+1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)
+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
+1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma)
Meeting ID: 896 6806 8056
Password: 532527

Happy Mother’s Day

A mother’s love is something that no one can explain. It is made of deep devotion of sacrifice and pain.

“A mother’s love” Helen Rice

Hang up your cycling shoes, your swim cap and goggles, running shoes and hat, and put your Garmin to charge. Enjoy your day with your mother.

Remember she is always right. 😉

Happy Mother’s Day

Injuries Suck! Admiting I have a problem

by Michael FitzPatrick

Injuries can happen to anyone – and the harder we train the more susceptible we become. We’ve likely all dealt with some level of injury during our athletic journey, so stop for just a moment and think back to what you did when you realized something had begun hurting, or maybe just felt “a little off”. 

Did you keep going because you only had a couple more miles until you were done? 

Did you trudge through because you’re a steadfast believer that “what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger”? 

Did you back off just enough to “finish” the workout, albeit with sub-par paces or power numbers? 

Did you scour the web for answers to self-diagnose your symptoms, all in effort to avoid a dreaded visit to a specialist?

Chances are you answered yes to many, if not all of the above scenarios. You are not alone. We have all been through the frustrations of injury, and typically we will look for the quickest path to recovery. However, we are not experts (unless you actually are an expert) – we make our decisions based on experience, or sometimes lack thereof. 

Now I am definitely not a doctor, but sometimes I play one in my head. As I will admit – I am guilty on innumerable counts of self-diagnosis (just ask my Coach!), and only occasionally do I hit the nail on the head. When I don’t get it right, I spend a whole lot more time wishing I were out there swimming, biking and running, so let’s leave it to our REAL experts to do the diagnosing.

So what are the appropriate steps to treating an injury? Let’s begin by assuming you have onset of pain or even mild discomfort, or maybe it doesn’t hurt, but your gait feels off or different than it has in recent weeks. Now you have a decision to make – let’s refer back to the scenarios listed above. Likely you’ll be evaluating one, if not several of those questions, but the one question we don’t usually consider is this:

“How will my decision affect the rest of my season and goals?”

When confronted with an injury, be smart and sensible. No one ever reached his or her goals by being the workout champion, so slow down, stop, or crawl home. Your coach will guide you through the appropriate steps to recovery. You’re going to get through this, so have faith in the process.

*Stay tuned for INJURIES SUCK, PART 2 – ATTITUDE IS EVERYTHING

Start Your Monday

Start your Monday! Wake up with determination! Start training today!
Virtual Strength sessions today:
10 am
Zoom ID: 575-784-745
5 pm
Zoom ID: 483-248-821

Follow / Tag us at @tripeakathlete
If you are interested in learning more about Tri Peak Athlete, LLC Coaching, call/text me at 321-443–0073 today or better yet, click this link to schedule a complimentary Multisport / strength conditioning strategy call: https://tripeakathlete.wordpress.com/join-today/

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@cfltriclub
#cfltriclub #freshlegsfaster @hyletenation #orlandostrong #orlandopride #elitetricoach #anythingispossible #recoverfaster #beastmode #endurancecoach @hyperice
@quantumcares

Succeed!