Endurance Training Camp 2020

Team D3 Endurance Training CampMarch 8 – 14, 2020Tucson, Arizona$1,950**Round trip bike transport from CO available for additional $150Space is limited COACHING and TRAINING GOAL: Train under the direction of D3 Head Coach and USAT Coach of the Year, Mike…

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How to Hire a Triathlon Coach

As the new year approaches we get a lot of requests for coaching. For those who are new to the sport, who have never had a coach, or are interested in hiring a new coach, these are some things you…

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Featured Team D3 Athlete, Keith Graham

He hails from Texas and works 1-to-1 with Coach Jim Hallberg, it’s a pleasure to introduce you to Team D3 Athlete Keith Graham. Keith was nominated because he and his coach have a strong athlete-coach partnership that began over 3…

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How to Execute A Reboot

As we head into the off-season and we look ahead to our goals for 2020, there are a few areas we can work on that will close the gap between where you’ve been and where you want to go. I…

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Featured Team D3 Athlete – Danielle Lowry

2018’s Ironman Boulder was Danielle Lowry’s first full Ironman, and during her recovery phase, she opted into AG Nats at the last minute, and guess what happened? She qualified for Worlds 2019 in Lausanne, Switzerland! Her D3 Coach, Laura Marcoux,…

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Setting the Stage for a Nutritionally Healthy Off-Season

I know it seems to be a luxury these days to have the time to turn on great music, utilize flavorful herbs and spices and cook a fabulous meal while enjoying the company of friends and a glass of wine.…

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Run Focused Training Block for Triathletes

With the limited training time of most triathletes and the need to train in all three sports, it is often very difficult to dedicate enough time (in the short run) to make big gains in any one sport. However, if…

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Racing the Ironman World Championships – 3 Top Tips!

D3 Coach Simon Butterworth has had the most incredible athletic prowess of racing the Ironman World Championships fourteen times. He is about to embark on his 15th this October. His knowledge of the course and conditions is unparalleled. He is…

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Challenge: Race Without the Metrics

Whether it’s your first race, your A race, or a big race, I’d like to share some reminders that will take you beyond the metrics and help keep you relaxed and confident going into your race.  The goal is to…

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Research These 6 Points Before Committing to a Destination Race

We have all been there with the post-race blues. Reflection and contemplation. You wonder, what can I race next? And your one genius friend says lets race in _________ (insert exotic location). And at that the moment, you both say,…

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The Triathlon Minute, Episode 19, Should I try to Lose Weight During a Workout

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Featured Athlete, July 2019 – Jack Toland

Success on and off the race course – that’s just what Jack Toland has been experiencing and we are proud to turn the spotlight on him! His Coach, Brad Seng, noted that he’s had a really strong year as an…

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The Part II: Clarifying Protein Needs by Gender and Carbohydrates by Race Distance

In the article 3 Nutrition Must-Haves for Triathletes I shared information about protein, carbohydrates and hydration needs for endurance athletes. That generated two important questions about protein intake by gender and carbohydrate needs for different race distances. This Part II…

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Remember These Tips When Riding in Traffic

Cycling is a beautiful part of our sport. It can be liberating and adventurous but unfortunately, at times, dangerous. Thankfully we have choices to ride inside with Zwift, TrainerRoad, or just on the trainer. But how do we keep ourselves…

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Race Day Readiness with a Proper Warm-up

“This is where my husband was telling me a lot of my race sucking today was in my prep. I didn’t warm up… it was my first swim in the new wetsuit. I didn’t jog or anything beforehand and just…

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