Just imagine where you could be this time next year if you simply START...
One year ago right now I knew I was headed for some serious down time with injuries on both of my ankles. I'll be totally honest with you that this was a HARD year for me because I knew what I was facing with surgery and downtime. (Yup I'm wearing a boot in this picture).
Now that it's OVER (Can I have an AMEN?) and I look at the road ahead I am super pumped to see what 2019 has in store fo
From what I have seen as a trainer, core strength is a pretty good predictor of your overall level of fitness. We use our core for just about every move we make, although we don't think about it very often. A strong core doesn't mean that you can do a lot of crunches or sit ups. It has to be built over time with a variety of strength training exercises. Not only does a strong core make you look and feel great, but here are some other advantages to building your middle: Reason
There is so much out there in the way of strength training for the triathlon. Every certification has their own ideas of what should be included in a good strength training program for athletes. Because I am a trainer myself, I have a few of my favorites that I want to share with you in the video below. Take what you want from it- I had a blast making it and I'm pretty sure I've covered all the bases with swim, bike, run, and core exercises. Need a custom strength training pl