My Running Is Going Uphill

My Running Is Going Uphill

by CJ Hitz July 06, 2016 4 min read

I recently had the opportunity to run the famed Mt. Washington Road Race in New Hampshire for the second time in the last three years...
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Grit

Grit

by Cherie Gruenfeld July 06, 2016 3 min read

There’s absolutely no denying that some athletes seem born for their particular sport. We ooh and aah over their amazing talent...
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Changing It Up

Changing It Up

by Coach Steve Ilg April 28, 2016 3 min read

Within my next 24 hours, feeble ilg toes the Start Line of my first of 8 Championship Cycling Races; a 15-mile Time Trial with over 600' of elevation gain...

 

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Pain - Deal With It by Cherie Gruenfeld

Pain - Deal With It by Cherie Gruenfeld

by Cherie Gruenfeld March 28, 2016 3 min read

Why would anyone knowingly take up a hobby that is going to cause great pain?

Good question. But anyone who calls himself a triathlete has done just that.

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9 Ways an Elite Prepares for a World Championship

9 Ways an Elite Prepares for a World Championship

by Tina Muir March 16, 2016 1 min read

BodyHealth's newest team member is an elite runner for the Saucony Hurricanes and owner/creator of Fuel Your Future blog!
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Climbing Off The Emotional Roller Coaster of Chronic Lyme's

Climbing Off The Emotional Roller Coaster of Chronic Lyme's

by Joshua Taylor March 16, 2016 3 min read

Climbing Off The Emotional Roller Coaster of Chronic Lyme's Disease by Lesley Paterson - World Champion Professional Triathlete, Lyme's patient, Paleo eater...
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Kick Starting Your Motivation!

Kick Starting Your Motivation!

by Lesley Paterson March 02, 2016 3 min read

As I close the book on last year and get stuck in to training for a new year, the inevitable “M” word rears its ugly head. Yup, M stands for MOTIVATION. Some of us have too little of it, some of us have too much of it – but either way, it’s important to understand how to find that optimal level to get you through these early months, particularly for those not blessed with warm winters.
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LTC Ed's Journal

LTC Ed's Journal

by Ed Arntson February 03, 2016 3 min read

After a spotty month of training in November and first half of December, I’m happy to report that I’m taking my own counsel and I have been training consistently for the last 5+ weeks and seeing real results, especially with respect to my running.

I have been focusing on my running over the last few months after treating it as an economy of force portion of my fitness regimen for the last few years...

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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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