Tag: sleep

OFF Season – Swim Workout

Despite being the off season, you want to at least jump in the water so you won’t loose you feel for the water. Enclosed you will find a workout that will help keep your feeling for the water. Something short and sweet. Warm up:… Continue Reading “OFF Season – Swim Workout”

May 11 – 15, 2015

Countdown to races!  Heartland Triathlon – Sebring, FL – Youth Championship – June 20 – 21, 2015 – www.heartlandtri.com/ Huntington’s Disease Triathlon – Club Championship – July 26, 2015 Registration: http://www.huntingtonsdiseasefl.org Clydesdale and Athenas National Championship – June 14, 2015 http://www.usatriathlon.org/events/usat/2015/06/clydesdale-and-athena-national-championships.aspx Six Gap Century Ride –… Continue Reading “May 11 – 15, 2015”

March 4 – 10, 2015

Countdown to races! Gulf Coast Triathlon – May 9, 2015 Website  Heartland Triathlon – Sebring, FL – Youth Championship – June 20 – 21, 2015 – www.heartlandtri.com/ Huntington’s Disease Triathlon – Club Championship – July 26, 2015 Registration: http://www.huntingtonsdiseasefl.org Healthy Weight – Loss Guidelines! A healthy weight for… Continue Reading “March 4 – 10, 2015”

USA Triathlon Florida Region – Long Course Regional Championship

Can’t wait for tomorrow’s Long Course Regional Championship with the 31st Annual Florida Challenge Triathlon – The Intimidator on March 21, 2015. The race will consist of 1.2 mi swim, 56 mi bike and a 13.1 mi run. If you are not up for… Continue Reading “USA Triathlon Florida Region – Long Course Regional Championship”

Rest and Recovery

Rest and Recovery The workouts you do are as good as the recover that follows. How can you get the best out of each session? If you are like every single triathlete as I see, the coach tells you to cool down and you… Continue Reading “Rest and Recovery”

Getting ready for your long runs during Ironman training – Hector L Torres

During triathlon training, especially during Ironman training, it is very important to prepare yourselves for your long day of trainings. You have to think your body as your engine aka “motor”.  During your training you have been spending time on your feet; which leads… Continue Reading “Getting ready for your long runs during Ironman training – Hector L Torres”

Go to Bed!

Go to Bed! The average american will sleep 5- 6 hours a day. However, when we are training and want to improve our performance we need to take quality time in our sleep.  Catch more quality sleep  can make you stronger. Countless time, I… Continue Reading “Go to Bed!”

Keep yourself lean…. with sleep!

If you are one of those Type A athletes that is always on the go and try to fit everything in one day. Then you are only taking 4-5 hours of sleep… however, you might realize that now matter how much you train you… Continue Reading “Keep yourself lean…. with sleep!”

Sleep Deprived & Hydration

Sleep Deprived Besides wreaking havoc on your overall health, a lack of sleep can slow reaction times, impair motor coordination, and deplete endurance. Skimping on sleep robs the body’s supply of glycogen—the sugary fuel that powers your muscles during workouts. Your body also does its… Continue Reading “Sleep Deprived & Hydration”

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