Friday, January 1st, 2010 at
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Time for some Intervals, baby!
Every year triathlon coaches begin to recycle the advice not to be a “winter” rockstar; someone who trains hard in the Winter only to peak and fade long before the season even starts. Instead of working out so hard these coaches suggest you begin laying the foundation for a great season by “training to train,”… Continue reading The 21st Century Triathlon Rockstar
Thursday, December 24th, 2009 at
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Using metrics to measure your fitness is a double-edged sword. No more is this true than in the OutSeason, when the fitness you have right now is competing with the fitness you had during the season. Don’t be depressed by the disparity; instead find a deeper meaning in what the numbers are telling you.
Let’s say I have a “friend” whose FTP was… Continue reading Measuring Progress in the OutSeason | 4 Comments
Monday, October 5th, 2009 at
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By Rich Strauss and Patrick McCrann
As the Ford Ironman World Championship draws near, athletes preparing to race in Kailua-Kona are eager for any information to give them a leg up on the day.
There can be no doubt that racing on the Big Island presents one… Continue reading 7 Tips for Success at the Ironman World Championship in Kona
Sunday, October 4th, 2009 at
Welcome to the iWillNotBonk.com triathlon training blog! Follow me on my journey to Ironman Canada 2010 and beyond… Continue reading The Loooooong Road of Ironman Canada Training Begins...