General Training

The Girl’s 2013 Swim/Bike/Run Gear I Use List

Yesterday I posted my updated 2013 “Gear I use List” regularly in my training or racing. As noted, it’s just stuff I personally use, not things being used for product reviews or the like. Today, we’ve got The Girl’s list … Read More Here

The 2013 Swim/Bike/Run Gear I use List

It’s that time of year again – the “Swim/Bike/Run Gear I use List!”.  Like previous years, most of the items haven’t changed or shifted a ton.  But, I went through and updated everything that has been tweaked (no, not twerked…totally … Read More Here

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Tricks to getting suitcases packed and workouts done while travelling

A number of you have asked recently how it is that I pack for work trips when it comes to working (or other sports).  I don’t remember the last time I took a trip and didn’t work out.  It’s just … Read More Here

DIY: How I made a trainer bike computer/iPad/phone stand for $30

I’m often testing a multitude of devices on the bike at once, usually just due to the limited time I have to try and gather data across the 4-5 products I might have in the queue for the bike alone.  … Read More Here

Tip of the day: Exercise gyms inside airports

As you well know, I travel a lot.  And while it’s relatively straight forward to train and travel with short flights up and down the coast in the US, it becomes much more difficult to travel and train when your … Read More Here

Tip of the day: How I manage 15+ Heart Rate Straps

Until rather recently I stored all my various sports gizmos and gadgets in a simple Rubbermaid container.  Well, mostly.  They kinda spilled out all over the place, so it was more like the Rubbermaid container plus a 6 foot radius. … Read More Here

The build: Looking at my mileage progression

When I was writing Tuesday’s post on how to train and plan for an extended race season (where triathlons go into November), I got to thinking a little bit about how my mileage builds each week.  I was pondering the … Read More Here

15 Must-Read Posts For New (And Vintage) Triathletes

It’s that time of year.  I noticed it tonight when I finished up my first brick-run of the season: The fake cherry tree on the side of my house had just started blooming.  It’s not a real cherry tree per … Read More Here

How I train, upload and get analysis from my Coach

I’ll admit it upfront – I’m really lucky.  Or rather, I’m really lucky to have a coach who’s so incredibly detail oriented that he’s thrilled to pour through whatever I upload – be it data files, text commentary, or photos … Read More Here

Training while travelling

After my trip to Spain, some folks asked me how I manage to find places to train while I’m travelling.  Given how often I travel (for work or holiday), it’s pretty important to be able to stay on top of … Read More Here

Thoughts on triathlon coaching

A get about an e-mail a day from someone asking for advice on topic XYZ or gizmo ZYX.  I’m always happy to help anyone who e-mails me – so feel free to keep the questions coming!  Every once in a … Read More Here

Training Logs

I’ve used a lot of training logs over the past two years. I’m kinda a training records nut-case. I want to know what I did, when I did it, and I want to be able to follow trends (which as … Read More Here

Spinning around after a long run

There are few times in my little athletic life where working out after I’ve already worked out sound appealing.  I’ve just finished another 20+ miler and my legs are already unhappy with me, but what’s on the schedule?  A bike … Read More Here

How to ski with your Garmin Forerunner 305 GPS

Like most Garmin users, I've run with my Forerunner, as well as the normal mountain or road bike journeys.  But as frequent readers will know, I've also pushed mine a bit more.  I've taken it on lake and ocean swims, … Read More Here