Lack of Sleep…. will lead into injury!

Lack of Sleep is associated with increased sports injuries!

As many Triathletes, we have families, full time jobs, relationships and other things in life that we plan on our day. We only have 24 hours during the day and sometimes we can’t cram everything in one day.  However, we give up sleep and try to fit as much as possible in one day. 


Sleeping less than 8 hours significantly increases the rate of being injured. In addition, within time, your performance starts decreasing. If you have an injury that is lingering and it doesn’t go away, you are not allowing yourself to recovery significantly. 

Sleep more! Go to bed early!

Make sure you are going to bed early. If you are stressing that you have another workout to do and you can’t get it in, talk with your coach (me) and I will adjust your training.  I will like for you to start tracking your sleep in TrainignPeaks under metrics. 

Train safe and injury free!

Source : Milewski, M., Skaggs, D., Bishop, G., Pace, J., Ibrahim, D., Wren, T., & Barzdukas, A. (2014). Chronic lack of sleep is associated with increased sports injuries in adolescent athletes. Journal of pediatric orthopedics., 34(2), 129–33. Retrieved from

2020 CFL Tri Club Races

Hello Team,

In 2020, we want to make a huge bang a the races. Therefore, we put a committee together to go over races for next year. These are our committee members:

  • Don DeBeaux
  • Michelle Hill
  • Jennifer Sturgess
  • Carlos Mendoza
  • Laura Minns
  • Joel Diaz
  • Hector Torres

Please reach out to these individuals as they will be voicing your opinion and recommendations. We will be meeting on October 3, 2019; therefore, please reach out to them prior to this date.


Hector L Torres

Week of Sept 16 – 22, 2019

Time:5:30 AM5:00 AM5:30 AM5:00 AM5:30 AM7:00 AM6:00 AM
Location:Aquatic CenterDTWNAquatic CenterDTWNAquatic CenterLee Vista / StarbucksDTWN
Sport:SwimBike Trainer / RunSwimBike Trainer / Run (Track)SwimLong BikeLong Run
Focus:Muscular EnduranceThreshold WorkSpeed WorkThreshold WorkMuscular EnduranceMuscular EnduranceTempo/Endurance

Saturday – Run

Location: Clay Road

Duration: 10-16 miles

Time: 6:00 am


Augusta and North Carolina: 10 miles

Ironman Florida, Cozumel and Arizona: 16 miles