Congratulations al of the athletes who raced this past weekend:
I am very proud of all of you. Your hard work does pay off!
Keep on Grinding!
At times we train and challenge ourselves to the next level. However, situation not always go to our favor. NO matter how hard life hits us, we need to get back and keep on fighting. So when yo undo get hit, get back up and say, “Is that all you got. Come on…. HIT ME again and is that all you got!”
This is part of your Journey and we should never give up on your dreams. So put down the donut, don’t eat your feelings and lets get back at it. (I will see you Tuesday morning for the bike session.)
Please review the schedule as there are a few adjustments.
Lay the groundwork now to perform stronger all year.
Whether yo are hoping to get a better time goal, reduce a few pounds, or simply increase you bike FTP… you’ll benefit from focusing on the first couple of months on building your base.
all athletes must build mileage gradually, never exceeding 10% increases from week to week and should vary the length of their training. Therefore, it is important for you to keep record if your training. If you haven’t already, please create your training peaks account at:
Cross training is key to your development and success. As triathletes, we have the convenience in cross training with swimming, biking and running. However, strength training is key to your success. Next week’s article we will be over strength training.
Breakfast of the day
Green Eggs and Ham
Savory oatmeal makes a great lunch or dinner. Lean ham and eggs pack protein to satisfy your hunger, while spinach contains nitrates that improve muscle functioning during exercise.