Monday, December 11, 2017

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Transitioning into 2018: Indoor Triathlon

  So you’ve completed the Commitment Day 5K, now what? The post New Year’s blues are no imaginary struggle. With the holiday season officially...

Quitting the Race: Is it worth it?

The thought of quitting comes into every endurance athletes mind from time to time. It's part of challenge. That said is there a time...

Is Training With a Team For You?

Triathlon is an inherently solo sport—you’re on your own for most of your workouts (especially those tedious basement trainer sessions), and you race by...

Commit to Fit: Small Steps to a Big Difference

November 22, 2017 As a proud member of the Life Time - Healthy Way of Life™ family, we’re thrilled to share a glimpse into the...

[INFOGRAPHIC] Running Through The Holiday: Turkey Trots By The Numbers

DID YOU KNOW: Thanksgiving is America's most popular running holiday. With nearly 1 Million yearly participants lining up across the country, many of us try...

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Why the 5+ Hour Marathoner and the 14+ Hour Ironman Are...

I'm a pretty fast guy for a non-elite runner. I can still break a 4:30 mile, a 16-minute 5K and a 33-minute 10K at...

The U.S. Marathons We All Should Run

With many of us starting to think about training for our fall marathons, I thought it would be good time to reflect on what...

Ultra Running: Getting More Bang for Your Buck on Low Mileage...

Guest Blog: Nancy Shura-Dervin When we think about ultra runners, what usually comes to mind (besides “crazy”?) is a lot of high mileage training and...