Category Archives: Nutrition

To Brick or Not to Brick

“Only the Sith deal in absolutes.” I know, I know. A hokey Star Wars reference. [Sorry, new Episode 7 trailer on the brain]. But in this, I have to agree with the Jedi. More often than not, dealing in absolutes … Continue reading

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Wildflower logistics and race strategy

Wildflower—a world renowned triathlon classic. Here are some points on logistics and race strategy for the long course event that you might find useful. Arrival/camping One of the things that makes the Wildflower experience unique is the camping. Yep, you … Continue reading

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Ironman Lecture Series 2013 schedule

In June, we will start our monthly Ironman lecture series for the ninth consecutive year. These lectures will be held on the first Monday (usually) of each month and will discuss in detail subjects pertaining to Ironman training and racing. Subjects will include training volumes, equipment … Continue reading

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Five common Ironman racing mistakes

Five Common Ironman Racing Mistakes Arriving to race day overtrained or with an inadequate taper Inflexible nutrition plan Not anticipating the bad patches and/or not having a way to deal with them Over-biking Overhydrating on the run We’ve seen them … Continue reading

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