Interbike: Our Top 5 Finds

No doubt,  there were amazing bikes at Interbike this year! Cool products that might have been missed in the sea of booths at Interbike this year – Our top 5 countdown #5 Geigerrig Hydration Packs *Sprays using pressure * Attachable filter great for filling while out on a ride  * Cleans in the dishwasher * […]

4 Tips for a Safe Triathlon Swim

Another death of a triathlete during the swim portion of Ironman Kentucky yesterday prompts many questions for triathletes. Why is the swim becoming so deadly?   A Minneapolis Heart Institute cardiologist, Dr. Kevin Harris,  published a study in the Journal of the American Medical Association  released a study in 2010 on the sudden death during triathlons.   […]

The 4th Sport in Triathlon…

Guest post from Angi Axmann – Professional Triathlete (proudly sponsored by Skin Strong) 20 female athletes finished within a minute of each other at the recent ITU World Cup in London, the first qualifying race for the Olympic games in 2012. Some athlete’s swim, bike and run times were within two seconds of each other, […]

Will you walk a mile (or 60) in your friend’s shoes?

Today’s original post was planned out weeks ago… until this morning. What happened this morning? I read my friend’s update on her CaringBridge website… We share a lot of stories of strong people and tips on how to be stronger – this post is about a truly strong person! Jennifer, husband Tom, and their boys […]

Ironman Boulder 70.3 – Race Day Tips for Athletes & Spectators

Professional triathlete, Brad Seng, knows the race course for the Ironman Boulder 70.3 well.  Boulder is where he lives and trains so, we asked him to share with you what you can expect on race The Course:  Swim–   The course is point-to-point which can seem long.  The first 500-800 meters will be swimming right […]