Saturday, December 15, 2018
eriAthlinks Ignited is a group of influential athletes who represent the Athlinks brand on the web and at the starting line. Follow our Ambassadors as they share their journey and encourage athletes from everywhere to join, compete and connect...
Remember when you were a kid and could spend hours playing tag? Running used to be so much fun! Of course, it still can be, but a lot has changed since we were five. Now, we aim for longer...
Part 1: You're training too hard In the investing world, there’s an approach known as the Barbell Strategy that minimizes your exposure to risk while still giving you a chance to hit it big. The idea is that you put...
For many athletes, fall is the harbinger of the off season. The end of racing season is approached by athletes in many different ways. With so many races spread throughout the entire year, it's easy to become a 12-month racer...
Guest Blog: Joe Granat Hiking Benefits Running is a taxing sport, both mentally and physically. We push ourselves to extremes constantly and expect our bodies to respond without hesitation.  For that reason, sometimes we need some relaxation. I know what you’re...
Guest Blog: Ai Sullivan Some helpful yoga poses after your completed triathlon: 1. Reclined Bound Angle Pose Benefit: Stretches the inner thighs, groins, and knees Lay on you back with the sole of your feet together. The natural tendency in this pose is to...
Guest Blog: Ai Sullivan So you want Flipper-Like Feet Like Michael Phelps?! Take A Plunge and Try these “Dryland” Yoga Poses. You’ve all seen articles on yoga that try to turn into a believer - yoga is not just about stretching, or...
Guest Blog: Wenzel Coach - Leia Tyrrell   "I always loved running...it was something you could do by yourself, and under your own power. You could go in any direction, fast or slow as you wanted, fighting the wind if you...
Guest Blog: Kevin Sherman   What is the IT band? What causes IT band syndrome?   How can we fix or prevent it? The most common cause of lateral knee pain in runners is Iliotibial Band Syndrome. “IT band syndrome”,...
Guest Blog: Josh Hayes As discussed in my last blog, strengthening activities, more effectively as compared to stretching activities, can help to keep the body injury free.  While the exercises available are many, the goal of this post is to give an...