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Week of September 5 – 9, 2018

Hello Team, 

I hope you are all doing well. Congratulations to all of the athletes who raced this past weekend at the Ironman 70.3 World Championship in Port Elizabeth, South Africa.

  • Dr M. 
  • Constantine M Jr. 
  • David Berlant
  • -Robbie Berlant
  • Lina Miller 

This week schedule will be adding the race for this weekend in Clermont, Florida. 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Tri Club

Aquatic Center

Downtown YMCA

Aquatic center

Downtown YMCA

Aquatic center

Lake Minneola – Clermont

Downtown YMCA

Time:

5:30 AM

5 AM

5:30 AM

5:00 AM

5:30 AM

6:00 AM

5:00 AM

Sport:

Swim

Bike / Run

Swim

Bike / Run

Swim

Race – Followed by a 2 hour bike ride

Long Bike

Duration:

1h 30m

2h

1h 30m

2h

1h 30m

3h

4h 30m

End of Summer of Celebration

Please join your Triathlon Family for an end of the Summer Celebration 🎉 🎊

Meredith Rosser(Jack’s mom) has graciously offered her brand NEW home(5mins from Killarney) to host us on Saturday, September 8th. Most will be racing SommerSports last Sprint of the Clermont series and other will be out getting in their long rides/bricks in. Please stop by after to this pool party pot luck-style gathering. Please bring a dish to share, beverage of choice or something to throw on the grill.

Please rsvp so we can plan accordingly at:

https://www.facebook.com/events/693273364370466/

 Looking forward to relaxing and celebrating our struggles and successes of this summer with our Tri family.

15734 east Oakland Avenue Oakland Florida 34787

Don’t forget your bathing suit and towels!

Week of Feb 20 – 26, 2017

Hello team, 
The training is paying off …. your commitment to training is key to your success. Which means, you better start showing up to training.  Enclosed you will find the schedule for this week and the countdown of the races that are coming up.
Races
  The 2017 Club Regional Championship is going to be held in Clermont on March 17 – 19, 2017. It is very important that we represent the hard work we have done for the years.
You can register at www.sommersports.com
You have the following races you can register for:
  • Saturday
    • Sprint or Half
  • Sunday
    • International Distance Triathlon: 1.5K Swim, 40K Bike, 10K Run
    • International Distance Aqua Bike: 1.5K Swim, 40K Bike.
    •  International Distance Duathlon:  5K Run, 40K Bike, 10K Run
I hope you register.
Team Cohesiveness 
We are a team and as a team, I want you all to start wearing your cycling tops on our group rides. Which means, we are getting some specific cycling tops to wear on the weekends.  We are putting together the artwork and start taking orders. In the link below, please provide your name, email and size:
Week Schedule
  • Monday
    • Aquatic Center
    • Time: 5:30 am
    • Sport: Swim
  • Tuesday
    • Downtown YMCA
    • Time: 5:00 am
    • Sport: Bike Trainer / Run
  • Wednesday
    • Aquatic Center
    • Time: 5:30 am
    • Sport: Swim
  • Thursday
    • Downtown YMCA
    • Time: 5:00 am
    • Sport: Run – Tempo
  • Friday
    • Aquatic Center
    • Time: 5:30 am
    • Sport: Swim
  • Saturday
    • Group A
      • Clermont – Kilarney Station
      • Time: 7:00 / 7:15 am Roll out
      • Duration: 3 hours
  • Sunday
    • Group A
      • Downtown YMCA
      • 6 am
      • Duration: 10 – 12 miles
Social Media! 
 We are growing our social media presence; therefore, please use the following hashtags and link our sponsors. Please copy and paste the following hashtags:
 #imcozumel #ntrecovery #bestbikesplit #garneau #liveyourdream #nopainnogain #quintanarootri @quintana_roo_tri @ntrecovery @baseperformance @cfltriclub @advancedcyclespr @ironmantri @usatflorida @rudyprojectna @zootsports @rokasports #breakinglimits @outgamesmiami @gaygames #gaytriathlete #glbt #gayrights #equality #workhardplayhard @proformsupplements #proformsupplements #hyletenation @hylete #imsouthafrica #cfltriclub #freshlegsfaster @hyletenation @hylete @outgamesmiami #40racesbefore40 #orlandostrong #orlandopride

@basesalt @baseperformance

2016 Ironman Cozumel 

2016 Ironman Cozumel Recap
I’m very happy man today! All of my athletes set a personal record on their triathlon career yesterday! Jerome and Gustavo did their first Ironman! Julie and Jose set a personal record. I have some history on his race, this is my 5th time coming here and wanted to do well

* 2010 – Was 3 months after my accident in Germany 

* 2012 – Crashed on the bike 

* 2014 – Had the flu all week and looked like death became over me!

* 2015 – Lost nutrition on the bike, feet were killings me and that trickled down to a bad run.

* 2016 – I set a personal record
Swim

The water looked calm… but looks can be deceiving! The water was choppy with big waves. There was a good 750 meters with no buoys, so you had to stop look at shore and make sure you were going the right place. 3/4 mile of the swim, there were no current. The last .25 you had an advantage; however, if you weren’t paying attention it would have thrown you off course ! You saw countless people trying to swim back! 
Bike – 3 loop course

The first loop the winds weren’t as strong; however, on the 2 and 3 Rd loop they picked up significantly! Thank God for my power meter! My nutrition mic was hitting the right spot in my body so I relied on gels that I had with me. That hit the spot. I stopped to use the bathroom, and someone left some Huma Chia gels… Thank you God! So that kept me going! My feet were burning the entire bike, I need new shoes! 

People were flying by me, but I kept my head down. I had to accept that I couldn’t bike for sometime due to my ankle and that it is okay on what I was producing. 
Run

It was f@&$!?&@ hot! My mission was to hunt people down! That’s exactly what I did! I didn’t allow anyone to pass me! Every aid station I walked 10 sec to take cups of ice to pour on me and put it everywhere! I was praying to God that to please not have my feet hurt like they have in the past… and they didn’t! When I hit mile 18 and I said to my self… I’m doing this just 8 more miles! No pain .. just muscles tired … a little sting in my ankle and no stomach issues? I wrote in my fore arms two words: push smart! However ! There is this little voice in our heads that says to us, “Its okay to walk, everyone is walking !” I couldn’t give in, I was happy with my hydrating pack cause it kept me looking dow, cause If i stood up strait it hit me in the back of my head. 
I crossed the finish line. I was so happy! Number 23 in the books and I’m coming backing next year. I performed smart despite the circumstances. Thank God Beth Atnip was there, she helped me with stuff to the room. I showered and sat on my NormaTec boots… “a touch of baby Jesus.” My legs feel amazing ! 
Woke up this morning and sat in the boots again! Walked to Starbucks and having Vento Skinny Vanilla Latte with coconut milk. 


Huge thanks to Richard Torres my loving and supporting husband cause I couldn’t have done it without your support and my CFL Tri Club family. NormaTec, Roka, Quintana Roo, Advanced cycles, Base Salt, Proform supplements, Audra Adiar Rock-Tape, Dr Sidorsky, Rudy Project and Louis Garneau for taking me through the race!

 #imcozumel #ntrecovery #bestbikesplit #garneau #liveyourdream #nopainnogain #quintanarootri @quintana_roo_tri @ntrecovery @baseperformance @cfltriclub @advancedcyclespr @ironmantri @usatflorida @rudyprojectna @zootsports @rokasports #breakinglimits @outgamesmiami @gaygames #gaytriathlete #glbt #gayrights #equality #workhardplayhard @proformsupplements #proformsupplements @rocktape

2016 Ironman Cozumel 

2016 Ironman Cozumel Recap
I’m very happy man today! All of my athletes set a personal record on their triathlon career yesterday! Jerome and Gustavo did their first Ironman! Julie and Jose set a personal record. I have some history on his race, this is my 5th time coming here and wanted to do well

* 2010 – Was 3 months after my accident in Germany 

* 2012 – Crashed on the bike 

* 2014 – Had the flu all week and looked like death became over me!

* 2015 – Lost nutrition on the bike, feet were killings me and that trickled down to a bad run.

* 2016 – I set a personal record
Swim

The water looked calm… but looks can be deceiving! The water was choppy with big waves. There was a good 750 meters with no buoys, so you had to stop look at shore and make sure you were going the right place. 3/4 mile of the swim, there were no current. The last .25 you had an advantage; however, if you weren’t paying attention it would have thrown you off course ! You saw countless people trying to swim back! 
Bike – 3 loop course

The first loop the winds weren’t as strong; however, on the 2 and 3 Rd loop they picked up significantly! Thank God for my power meter! My nutrition mic was hitting the right spot in my body so I relied on gels that I had with me. That hit the spot. I stopped to use the bathroom, and someone left some Huma Chia gels… Thank you God! So that kept me going! My feet were burning the entire bike, I need new shoes! 

People were flying by me, but I kept my head down. I had to accept that I couldn’t bike for sometime due to my ankle and that it is okay on what I was producing. 
Run

It was f@&$!?&@ hot! My mission was to hunt people down! That’s exactly what I did! I didn’t allow anyone to pass me! Every aid station I walked 10 sec to take cups of ice to pour on me and put it everywhere! I was praying to God that to please not have my feet hurt like they have in the past… and they didn’t! When I hit mile 18 and I said to my self… I’m doing this just 8 more miles! No pain .. just muscles tired … a little sting in my ankle and no stomach issues? I wrote in my fore arms two words: push smart! However ! There is this little voice in our heads that says to us, “Its okay to walk, everyone is walking !” I couldn’t give in, I was happy with my hydrating pack cause it kept me looking dow, cause If i stood up strait it hit me in the back of my head. 
I crossed the finish line. I was so happy! Number 23 in the books and I’m coming backing next year. I performed smart despite the circumstances. Thank God Beth Atnip was there, she helped me with stuff to the room. I showered and sat on my NormaTec boots… “a touch of baby Jesus.” My legs feel amazing ! 
Woke up this morning and sat in the boots again! Walked to Starbucks and having Vento Skinny Vanilla Latte with coconut milk. 


Huge thanks to Richard Torres my loving and supporting husband cause I couldn’t have done it without your support and my CFL Tri Club family. NormaTec, Roka, Quintana Roo, Advanced cycles, Base Salt, Proform supplements, Audra Adiar Rock-Tape, Dr Sidorsky, Rudy Project and Louis Garneau for taking me through the race!

 #imcozumel #ntrecovery #bestbikesplit #garneau #liveyourdream #nopainnogain #quintanarootri @quintana_roo_tri @ntrecovery @baseperformance @cfltriclub @advancedcyclespr @ironmantri @usatflorida @rudyprojectna @zootsports @rokasports #breakinglimits @outgamesmiami @gaygames #gaytriathlete #glbt #gayrights #equality #workhardplayhard @proformsupplements #proformsupplements @rocktape

Friday Tonight – Club Social


Good morning team ,

We are having our happy hour tonight at 5:30 pm at Carmel restaurant in Winter Park! 

140 N Orlando Ave

Winter Park, FL 32789

United States

We are going to be celebrating a few things, our  athletes recent accomplishments and saying goodbye to Leslie Wolcott. Leslie will be moving on Monday up to North Carolina. 

Come and say goodbye and have a drink. The club will order appetizers. 

Look forward on seeing you there. 

Congratulations!

Congratulations to all of the athletes to race this past weekend at the Disney Marathon celebration

JUST RUN

Don’t ask me why I run… 

Ask yourself why you don’t!

  • Alfredo Solarte
  • Kiko Solarte
  • Maria Fondo Tondolo
  • Scott Aaron
  • Scott Lawson
  • David Lang
  • Brianna Cooper
  • Sincy Curley
  • Dr. Alan Sidorsky
  • Jenna Wayne
  • Kyle Coon

  Cheering people on the course!

Week of April 27 – May 3, 2015

Congratulations to all of the athletes who raced at St. Anthony’s.

  • Sprint Distance
    • Luis Ortiz
    • Giovanni Cabrerra
    • Carlos Melendez
    • Marco Cortez
    • Jennifer Hogan
    • Ana Howard
    • Kris Jamtass
    • Angel Lopez
    • Dawn Clark
  • Olympic Distance
    • Linda Romer
    • Dan Samatuski
    • Michael Melton
    • Kyle Coon
    • Hector Torres
    • Michelle Hill
    • Michael Hill
    • Nima Khosravani
    • Jose Lopez
    • Ana Caminas

I am very proud of all of you.

Enclosed you will find the breakdown for this weekend:

Friday Saturday Sunday
Time 5:30 am 7:30 am 6:30 am
Duration 75 min 3 hours 90 min
Location Aquatic Center Lucky’s Lake Swim – Brick Downtown YMCA
Note: Swim/Run Swim / Bike / Run Run

Sponsors

Advanced Cycle, YMCA of Central Florida, NormaTec Recovery, David’s World Cycle, Track Shack, Rudy Project.

Week of January 26 – February 1, 2015

Countdown to races!

  • IM 70.3 Puerto Rico – 49 days
  • IM 70.3 Haines City – 79 days
Congratulations to all of the athletes who raced this weekend at Celebration Half and Full Marathon!
 
Head for the Hills! 
Hill running has become a popular activity for fat-burning Hit cardio workouts, but research out of South Dakota State University shows that it also can improve long-distance running. In the study conducted at Avera Sports Institute in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, runners in the hill group performed 30 – sec intervals on treadmills seta tat a 10 percent incline twice weekly for six weeks. By the end of the experiment, running economy improved in this group to the same extent as it did with longer intervals on a level grade – a training method already proved effective for distance runners. Therefore, when a hill workout his prescribed, please follow it as much as possible, cause it will help you in shelling run, 
Training Schedule

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

Sat

Sun

Time: 5:30 am 5:00 am 5:30 am 5:00 am 5:30 am 7:30 am 6:00 am
Location: Aquatic Center Downtown YMCA Aquatic Center Downtown YMCA Aquatic Center Lucky’s Lake Dr Philips YMCA
Sport Swim Bike/Run Swim Bike/Run Swim Breakthrough Brick – 40 min swim / 2 hour bike / 1 hour run Run
Duration: 90 min 2 hours 90 min 2 hours 90 min 2 – 3 hours 90 min – 120 min

Week of November 3 – 9, 2014

Countdown begins….!

  • Rev 3 – Race Week
  • Ironman Cozumel – 3 weeks
Congratulations!

Congratulations to the following athletes on finishing Ironman Florida. It was a very tough day. The swim was cancelled and the temp was 44 degrees with gust of wind of 35 mph. Despite it being great running weather, it was a tough day on the bike. The athletes did an amazing job! I am very proud of all of them.

  • Steve Dixon
  • Kevin Bickley
  • Juan Velez
  • Anthony Rizzo
  • Marc
  • Mark – Lifeguard
  • Jacqui Kapinowski – Wheelchair Athletes
  • Jacob Sharff – Wheelchair Athletes

You are all aware that this week is Rev3 in Venice, FL; therefore, can’t wait to see everyone race.

Week Schedule  – Peak

Monday

  • 5:30 am – Aquatic Center  YMCA – Swim

Tuesday

  • 5:00 am – Downtown YMCA – Bike Trainer / Run

Wednesday

  • 5:30 am – Aquatic Center YMCA – Swim

Thursday

  • 5:00 am – Downtown YMCA – Tempo Run

Friday

  • 5:30 am – Aquatic Center YMCA- Swim
  • 7:30 am – Advanced Cycle – Recovery Ride (Road Bike)

Saturday

  • 7:00 am – UCF Research Parkway
    • 3 hour bike followed by a 20 min run

Sunday

  • 6:00 am – Downtown YMCA – Run
    • 90 minutes