Tag Archives: Triathletes

5 Winter Training Tips

Winter is a great time to reflect on your abilities and past performances.  It is also a great time to find weaknesses and try to eliminate them. This will help you have the best 2013 season! What if my weakness is SWIMMING? Work on your technique. If your technique improves and you become more efficient, you […]

Facebook posting while Ironman racing???

                                         Jenni (center) with brother & support team. Photo courtesy of Amy Horton                                 Jenni Horton, like many athletes at Ironman Florida, was not racing for the first time. Although Jenni is an Ironman Veteran, she learned a […]

Marie Bartoletti, “My Kona Experience”

My training for before Kona was a low-key, because qualified for Kona at the US Championship Ironman in New York in August.  I didn’t want to “overtrain”, so I was still doing marathons pretty much every weekend. I kept up my swimming in the pool every day! I also did a couple of “open water […]

Cycling doesn’t have to be a pain in the butt for women!

Spending a lot of time on the bike has been known to be uncomfortable!  Sometimes, it can go beyond uncomfortable to numb.  What can you do if you experience that problem? Yale researchers have studied numbness in female cyclists.  Forty-eight women, who constantly rode a minimum of 10 miles a week, took part in the […]

He flies – In the Air and on the Bike!

An F-16 instructor pilot, 6x Ironman,  and raced with the Air Force Ironman & triathlon team, Brian Grasky is definitely a man of many talents! Although numerous complications from a severely broken leg ended Brian’s professional triathlon and mountain bike racing career in 2007, he is still very active in the cycling and triathlon community […]