By bethany There’s lots of advice out there about what to do to kick off the season right (like this great pre-season checklist). But what about what NOT to do?Below are five… …read more Source: Energy Lab
By bethany Winter swim training. Let’s face it, it’s tough. No one likes jumping into a cold pool when the temps are dipping outside but swimming over the winter can lead to… …read more Source: Energy Lab
By bethany Lots of wonderful race results to report for October! Kennesaw 5k Great job to Andy Smith for setting a 5k PR and a course PR at this race Fitlife Corporate… …read more Source: Energy Lab
By bethany Lots of kudos and shoutouts from the latter half of September! We had lots of athletes and coaches racing in the toughest late September conditions in memory: IRONMAN Augusta 70.3… …read more Source: Energy Lab
By bethany Callaway Gardens Triathlon – At the Callaway Gardens Olympic Triathlon Michelle Crossman had an awesome race and a very strong bike finishing just off the podium – At the same race, Podium Multisport‘s… …read more Source: Energy Lab
By bethany Unless you’ve taken a running hiatus, you’ve noticed that it’s summertime, it’s hot, and running is lot tougher right now at a given pace! Check out this recent article from… …read more Source: Energy Lab
As someone obsessed with efficiency and time management, I love that Pokémon GO is something that fits in your schedule and enhances dead time. I had way too much fun writing this article about Pokémon GO for Women’s Running.
Augusta 70.3 is 12 weeks away! This year I’m competing to raise money for the Scott Rigsby Foundation and am serving as their volunteer coach. I wrote up this piece for them however, this advice can apply to anyone with an event looming. Check it ou! From the Energy Lab Blog By bethany Whether…
With the abundance of training data at our fingertips, what matters and what can be tossed? I explored this idea a few weeks ago in the Training Peaks Blog.