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Doing it Wrong to Feel What’s Right

A few  month’s ago I was reading a book by Anat Baniel (“Move into Life”), and she wrote something that resonated with me:  You sometimes need to do something wrong before you know when it’s right.  After reading this I […]

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Stress + Rest = Growth

It’s really easy for us to understand how important it is to work hard to achieve our goals, whether it’s for sport or work.  We seem to understand that it’s ok to kick back from work at times so that […]

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Time on the Legs

During these dog days of summer it is important that you remember that whenever you run or ride outside, that it’s all about the time on the legs, and keeping the heart rate under control. It’s not about the speed. […]

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Disappointments Come in All Shapes and Sizes!

This is how I felt on Saturday last week.  That moment when you realize you aren’t getting what you wanted.  The moment you just want to curl up in a ball and cry, because things didn’t go your way. It’s […]

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Marathon/70.3 Pacing – Very Similiar

Scenerio – Athlete A is going to be doing a marathon, we have no idea as to how the real conditions are going to be on race day, but we do know the course details. Athlete A has been pacing […]

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Swim Bands….Not Just Another Swim Toy

Swim Bands – Why do coaches incorporate them into your workouts?  Do they love to see your ankles bleed?  The leg hair ripped out, the scars, and the mental torture? Short answer is no, we aren’t into torture (or we […]

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RACE RESULTS OF
ALL ATHLETES

  • 2018 Results
  • Sprint Triathlon
    Jason Taylor in 1:12 and change
  • Knights of Colomus 5k
    Nick Husson 1st OA!!
    Steve Berra 2nd AG!!
  • 10 Miler
    Christoffer Johnston in 1:02.26