I was very fortunate to grow up in Colorado, where I lived at a minimum of a one mile high elevation (1,600 meters) for the first twenty years of my life. When I moved to Orlando Florida for basic training for the US Navy, I felt like I could run forever because of the endless amount of oxygen.
Click here for a nice article on altitude provided by our friends at Real Buzz.
A must read for all endurance athletes!!! Click here to view a very informative article from the legendary Mark Allen, Master Coach at Ironman University.
Now that winter has arrived in Iceland, it was -8 degrees Celsius when I rode my bike to work this morning, we may need to run indoors occasionally.
Click here for some great treadmill workouts provided by Runner’s World.
It’s official, Ironman Majorca 70.3, Ironman Barcelona 70.3 and Ironman Boulder 140.6 are on our agenda thus far!!!
Most of the thirteen triathletes (and counting) have completed their initial fitness-level tests and are making excellent progress on their base training.
Looking forward to yet another exciting triathlon season!
As I’ve always said…swimming has nothing to do with fitness. Click here for an interesting read on swimming from Triathlete Magazine.
Click here for an interesting and informative article on winter training etc. from our friends at Training Peaks.
I’m confident that you will enjoy this informative article on protein by Taylor Thomas at Training Peaks.
It sure seems simple! Have a look at these helpful swim stroke tips from Ironman.com.
Yet another informative article from Active.com. Please click here to read the article in full if you’re considering hiring a coach.
Luv these inspirational signs collected by Active.com! My favourite sign that I’ve seen was displayed during Ironman Austria 2014 and it said “if you’re still in a relationship, you didn’t train hard enough”. 🙂