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Starting the Kinetic Revolution 30-Day Challenge

No, this isn’t a weight-loss challenge– it’s a running mobility challenge.  I’m a big fan of a lot of the ideas that come out of the U.K.-based Kinetic Revolution group as they seem to emphasize the same core principles that enlightened

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Philip Skiba: The Best Triathlon Coach You May Never Have Heard Of

Years and year ago, Coach Tom (one of my former coaches) recommended that I pick up a copy of  Philip Skiba’s Scientific Training for Triathletes.   Coach Tom described the book as, “the best book on triathlete training that I have ever read.”

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Most Coaches Overtrain Multisport Athletes

There, I said it.  I know that there will be many people who will applaud and many others who will scowl at the idea.  But it’s something that needs to be said because I think it’s an epidemic and does

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Why Hire a Coach and (More Importantly) How to Be a Client

I have had a coach on and off for the last 10-15 years now and I have some pretty strong opinions about how to get the most bang for your buck out of the coaching experience.

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