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Have a Healthy Thanksgiving Day!

In behalf of everyone in Tri Peak Athlete and The Central Florida Tri Club… we wish you a Happy Thanksgiving! I hope you are all doing well and enjoying the Holiday Season!  It is Thanksgiving and many of you will be traveling, visiting family, friends… Continue Reading “Have a Healthy Thanksgiving Day!”

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”

Hell Week – Overcome Fear

Hell Week – Overcome Fear Everything you want out of life is on the other side of fear – Joe Donnelly Fear is the most powerful and dominating of all our emotions. Fear will drive us in one of two directions: it will either… Continue Reading “Hell Week – Overcome Fear”

Mental Training – Visualization

Visualization The subconscious mind cannot distinguish what is real from what is imagined, which is why the power of visualization can truly help an athlete. Visualization works during and before a race to calm your mind, put you at ease, and get you ready… Continue Reading “Mental Training – Visualization”

Build your endurance and strength by running at a tempo pace!

What pace are you going to run today?  At times many athletes run too slow or too fast. Why not run in a paces in between? Tempo runs should be part of your weekly workouts, whether you are running for fitness or to set… Continue Reading “Build your endurance and strength by running at a tempo pace!”

Achieve your personal best!

Achieve your personal best! There are several tips on how to pace yourself during a race. Do not over exert yourself on the swim, cause you are not going to win it in the swim… but you will lose it on the swim if… Continue Reading “Achieve your personal best!”

Break your plateau!

Break your plateau! Many athletes assume that to get faster and stronger they need to train harder and longer. We understand the  of building endurance; however, we know that we can do the distance, but we want to get faster. Let’s take a different… Continue Reading “Break your plateau!”



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