Time to talk about being race ready. We spend a good portion of our time dedicated to triathlon training, often with a plan to race. We all have different reasons for racing, but regardless of level of expertise everyone has goals of some sort. What steps you take during training; both physically and mentally will determine the outcome, for the most part. There are always some unknowns going in; water conditions, terrain, temperature, how well you sleep the night before. So let’s take into account some of those uncertainties and really plan for a race that supports your goals.
Increasing general energy levels is something all my new clients are looking to achieve when hiring me. Exercise is a great help, but it doesn't end there. Here are my 6 tips to increase energy and mental focus.
I’ve noticed a growth in supermarket brands but was shocked to learn that the New York Times reported that the hummus industry has grown from just a $5 million dollar business 15 years ago to one that totaled $530 million in 2012.
It’s simply a fact that when people have goals to guide them, they are happier and achieve more than they would without having them. Goals provide focus and a measuring stick for progress.
Hiring a personal trainer to constantly monitor your progress and effectiveness of workouts is one way to avoid plateaus. If you don’t have that liberty, start by taking a look at my 7 tips for adding intensity to you next workout.
Women tend to love cardio, core and leg workouts, but avoid upper body training, which leads to poor posture and not so sexy arms.
I have a love hate relationship with my foam roller. Reality is foam rolling is supposed to hurt, at least when you begin a regimen of regular foam rolling.
TURMERIC, known for it’s powerful anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties are added to my new blend of healing homemade tea. The key to turmeric’s healing power is the chemical compound curcumin. What’s it good for?