Every off-season I run into the same dilemma... what to focus on next year??? Lifting, running, or triathlon? I could use some help deciding.
It's probably my 50th race or so, but I'm still learning valuable lessons. Most importantly, it's a race, not a popularity contest or charity event.
While I’m still dealing with the Off-Season Dilemma and trying to sort out my athletic goals and objectives for 2014, I have been working on a little side project. We’ve been in our new house for about 8 months now. But we were missing one little thing… a garage to match.
Every off-season I run into the same dilemma… what to focus on next year??? Lifting, running, or triathlon? What do you think?
Last weekend, our neighborhood had a little 5k Turkey Trot. Of course, I was very cognizant that this was a small (200 people or so), family friendly (most were running with strollers and/or dogs) event. So I did not want to be the ultra-competitive jerk who took it too seriously.
As athletes, we are always looking for ways to get bigger, faster, stronger, leaner, or whatever it is for our sport. Many of us utilize supplements that we believe can assist us in these goals. But how much do we know about them?
It’s been a little while since I’ve checked in with anything remotely related to endurance sports, so I thought I’d share a little with what I’ve been up to. I’m planning on longer post on my usual off-season conundrum, but for now I’ll just give you the update.
Fall is a really interesting and difficult time for us endurance athletes. We’re usually finishing our season in September or early October and are really enjoying all the fitness that comes along with 6 months of solid training. Naturally, we take a lot of pride in our fitness and how good we feel while ...