Don't Sabotage Your Race

Don't Sabotage Your Race

by Nicholas Chase January 20, 2016 3 min read

Signing up for a long distance endurance event happens one of two ways.  The first is a calculated decision based on research, motivation and allows for six to...
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Looking For A Unique 2016 Goal?

Looking For A Unique 2016 Goal?

by Cherie Gruenfeld January 20, 2016 3 min read

For triathletes, January holds the excitement of a brand new season. What 2016 holds in store for each of us is still unknown, and that’s part of the excitement.

That said, those of us who’ve been around a while do know one thing about the upcoming year which is that we will probably finish a triathlon of some distance.

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Consistency Builds Confidence - LTC Ed's Journal

Consistency Builds Confidence - LTC Ed's Journal

by Ed Arntson January 06, 2016 3 min read

Do you set goals and work hard to achieve them - training consistently to ensure success? Or set goals and head to the gym or the track a few times per week...

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A PerfectAmino Testimonial

A PerfectAmino Testimonial

by Joshua Taylor December 08, 2015 2 min read

I wanted to share with you how Perfect Amino helped me while I trained for my first bikini/fitness competition. First, I have been using it for 6 years.
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Finding the Excellent

Finding the Excellent

by Cherie Gruenfeld November 25, 2015 4 min read

When I worked in the business world, we had a term to describe a person who was pretty good at what he did but had no clue as to why...

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The Six Best Calorie Burning Cardio Workouts?

The Six Best Calorie Burning Cardio Workouts?

by BodyHealth Representatives November 11, 2015 3 min read

Cardio workouts are a great way to burn calories. You need to stay healthy and manage your weight by doing Cardiovascular exercise. Everybody knows that. But what is the best way to burn calories in the shortest amount of time?
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Don't Ignore Yourself - A Holistic Approach To Chronic Fatigue In Athletes

Don't Ignore Yourself - A Holistic Approach To Chronic Fatigue In Athletes

by Nicholas Chase November 11, 2015 3 min read

It’s no secret; Americans are spread pretty thin, close to the breaking point.  Simply note a friend discussing their high levels of fatigue, endless errands, and general lack of time. Also, look in the mirror! You’re also guilty of the same dialogue, even if it’s internal.  Imagine adding hours upon hours of endurance training for your next Full Ironman race.  Most people view what athletes do with a perplexed look on their face. 

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Amazing Success at Ironman World Championships

Amazing Success at Ironman World Championships

by Cherie Gruenfeld October 16, 2015 2 min read

It was a successful day for me, winning the W70-74 age group. I also broke the course record which I set last year, and, although it counts for nothing except...

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Why Winning Matters

Why Winning Matters

by Jeff Spencer October 15, 2015 3 min read

I was sitting in my studio over-looking the ancient riverbed that makes up the canyon my backyard sits above. The phone rang, I didn’t recognize the number, but, thought, hey, what the heck, I’ll answer it any way (I usually don’t if I don’t know the number) as it may be a complete surprise and bring good fortune.

I’m glad I answered. It was a complete surprise and it did bring good fortune.

It was the iconic show, Sunday Morning, hosted by Charles Osgood.

I was asked by the show’s producer if I thought winning mattered?

Without hesitation I said, “Yes, of course, winning matters.” He then asked, “Why”? And, I answered with unwavering conviction, “Because, I never met a person who couldn’t wait to get up and fail”.

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IRONMAN Maastricht

IRONMAN Maastricht

by BodyHealth Representatives September 30, 2015 3 min read

Maastricht is an ancient city, with a very interesting history, culture and relevance, in fact, the Treaty on European Union was signed here in 1992 to integrate Europe...

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It's A Head Thing!

It's A Head Thing!

by Cherie Gruenfeld August 05, 2015 4 min read

Running after a long bike ride is a big "ask." We've already spent multiple hours working our bodies hard. And now we have to summon the energy and mental courage to cover many miles by foot. But, as my husband is fond of reminding me: You asked for this. So hadn't we better find a way to handle this triathlon run – a way that doesn't leave us questioning what went wrong?...

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Ask The Doctor | May 28, 2015

Ask The Doctor | May 28, 2015

by Joshua Taylor May 28, 2015 1 min read

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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