Monthly Archives: January 2014

Triathletes and Competitive Swimmers: “All They Share is Water” by Terry Laughlin

Click here to watch and listen to Terry Laughlin’s thoughts on this subject. Over 90% of age group triathletes come to the sport with no formal background in swimming. And yet the long-distance, open-water swimming you’re trying to master is

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Running on Snow & Ice (Head Start for Spring / Summer Races)

SHOW UP [Notice: Empty (frozen) parking lot, no cars] DO A FEW 360’S ON THE SNOW & ICE BUNDLE UP, IT’S FREEZING OUT HERE SMILE… RUN IS DONE (Slow but Fun, some slipping but thankfully no spills) ONE MORE SELFIE

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@FRANKCUNHAIII selected to be featured on SMASHRUN website!

This photo was taken of me stretching before a run at my local running spot.  Running for me is more than just a physical experience.  It is emotional and spiritual as well.  The colors in this photo express the rainbow of emotions we

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Swimming Drills for Triathletes (Part 1 of 2)

Each time triathletes hit the pool deck, they are ready to challenge themselves and work towards the goal of getting faster and more efficient in the water. To many, this means long distance sets for endurance or speed sets for

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Swimming Drills for Triathletes (Part 2 of 2)

Each time triathletes hit the pool deck, they are ready to challenge themselves and work towards the goal of getting faster and more efficient in the water. To many, this means long distance sets for endurance or speed sets for

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Myths About Weight Loss: Health and Fitness Tips from an Architect (Ninja)

Myths about weight loss: Health and fitness tips from an Architect. Got something to say? Let us know in the comments below!

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KETTLEBELL EXERCISES (Part 3 of 3)

Click here for the original article Kettlebells are all bells, no whistles. Resembling a mini bowling ball with a handle, kettlebells are great for cardio, strength, and flexibility training. Start by picking up the weight of your choice — women

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