Ask The Doctor | May 28, 2015

Ask The Doctor | May 28, 2015

by Joshua Taylor May 28, 2015 1 min read 0 Comments

This week's question comes from Ron:

"I am training for an upcoming triathlon. Would I be able to do your cleanse program during my hard training phase?"
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LTC Ed's Journal | May 2015

LTC Ed's Journal | May 2015

by Ed Arntson May 28, 2015 2 min read 0 Comments

As I have transitioned into a new job as the Brigade Operations Officer for 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division - my time and my recovery from training are both becoming more and more important.

My time for training is absolutely critical because I must be judicious and efficient with my time in my new job. It isn’t uncommon to work late into the evening hours and report back for work early the next morning before the sun has risen.

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Wildflower Triathlon Festival

Wildflower Triathlon Festival

by Cherie Gruenfeld May 28, 2015 3 min read 0 Comments

If you’re unfamiliar with this event, it’s worth knowing a little something about it.

This twenty-eight year old event is iconic. It’s a weekend-long festival which includes three races: a long course (Half Ironman), a mountain bike sprint and an Olympic distance race. And all racing is done on terrain that is scary tough – it’s not for the faint of heart.

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The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of Ironman Cozumel, Mexico.

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of Ironman Cozumel, Mexico.

by BodyHealth Representatives April 30, 2015 5 min read 0 Comments

Luis Alvarez is a Triathlete, Businessman, Alpinist, and Entrepreneur. "Every time I do an Ironman, I'm inspired to do another, and crossing the finish line is one of the most rewarding experience in my lifetime".

Luis is also founder of "Asociación de Triatletas Mexicanos" (ATM), an organization that promotes the ‘Non Drafting Legal Triathlons.' Luis applied to the Guinness Book of World Records for finishing every single Ironman race on the World Triathlon Corporation circuit.

 

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Twenty-Three Seasons... and Counting

Twenty-Three Seasons... and Counting

by Cherie Gruenfeld April 18, 2015 5 min read 0 Comments

1992 was my first triathlon racing season. I was 48 and a total novice.

Flash forward 23 years and the good news is: I’ve had 23 great years. The not-so-good news is:  I’m now racing as a 71-year-old.

Clearly, I’m coming into the home stretch and can now see a finish line that wasn’t there when I was forty-eight. But, I’m not done with this adventure yet

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