Kona in My Heart

Nineteen years ago, I did my very first triathlon. I had no clue what I was doing, other than I would be swimming, biking and running for 1/4 mile, 9 miles and 5k, respectively. I was 23 years old, it was 1998 and my training consisted of nothing more scientific than swimming, biking and running. […]

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Up and Running

Wow, has this been a journey! While I was completely expecting to go through ups and downs as I recovered from my foot injury, I wasn’t expecting it to be that tough and to learn as much as I have. Six years ago, when I tore my hamstring doing a set of one mile repeats […]

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Where Are We Getting Our Advice?

“Proper nutrition and hydration are key ingredients in helping your clients get the most out of their workouts. Keep in mind that since every person is different, exact needs will vary. However, here are some general guidelines…” began an article which I received in my inbox¬†today. This newsletter is one I receive from IDEA, which […]

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