Integrating Training into Vacations

By Coach Cody Elder USAT L1 Your training is going well, you’ve been nailing your workouts for months and then you realize… I’ve got a family vacation coming up.  Most of the triathlon racing season and training load clustered during prime vacation time with kids off from school and the most flexibility with employers , … Continue reading “Integrating Training into Vacations”

Change?

By Dan Arnett Owner/Head Coach – Endurance Concepts USAT L2 Certified Coach Over the last 8 years as a coach, I have learned to anticipate several questions during the first weeks of a new athletes training.  The first month of training is what I call the push-back phase.  This is where the athlete is not … Continue reading “Change?”

Getting Started

Written by: Coach Jeremy Sipos Jeremy@EnduranceConcepts.com Triathletes tend to get a bad reputation when it comes to cycling and cycling skills.  Since most triathletes typically learn to ride a time trial bike, they don’t get to spend a lot of time honing their skills, and realistically, it doesn’t take a lot of skill to ride … Continue reading “Getting Started”