Consider a Mid-Season Training Camp

May
10

Posted by Coach Jamie Brown

Do you find your enjoyment of the sport wanes in the late spring and early summer, in triathlon's mid-season? Consider adding a training camp and let the variety and new venue recharge your motivation!

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Expect The Expected!

May
9

Posted by Coach Mark Turner

Thinking about what might be, and having a strategy for the unexpected is a vital part of any race plan. Equally as important is a plan that “expects the expected” and addresses the likely!

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Top 10 Things to Remember for Your Next Race

May
3

Posted by Coach Jay Weber

When getting ready to race, there are often things leading up to the race that are forgotten or overlooked, particularly with the early season races when we are all a little rusty. Here are the top 10 items to think about prior to race day, as well as during the race:

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A Tale of Two Swimmers

Apr
26

Posted by Coach John Murray

If you are doubtful of your swimming ability but still have aspirations to cross the triathlon finish line, begin working on your limiter now. Set yourself up for success for the upcoming season by swimming regularly, working on technique and developing your aerobic capacity. Learn from the example of two very different swimmers I encountered at IMFL.

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Race Report: Russell Parker, IM 70.3 New Orleans

Apr
26

Posted by admin

Russell Parker shares his experience at a very windy, very difficult IM 70.3 New Orleans complete with whitecaps, a headwind on the run, and GI/nutrition difficulties. 

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Athlete Spotlight: Scott Boulton

Apr
25

Posted by admin

Scott Boulton is training for the Leadville 100 MTB (mountain bike) race with Coach John. He's an IRONMAN finisher, and triathlete of 6+ years who spends time training alongside his brother, Jeff. 

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Utilize the USA Triathlon Athlete Resources

Apr
18

Posted by Coach Ben Dillon

If you are looking for information on rules, race calendars, or articles, consider consulting with the resources offered by USA Triathlon, the national governing body of triathlon for the United States at www.usatriathlon.org.

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Never Stop Moving

Apr
16

Posted by Coach Chris Palmquist

Your body and your brain require movement, outside time and friendships. Don’t let the sedentary naysayers convince you otherwise.

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Transition: Simplicity Is Key!

Apr
11

Posted by Coach Mark Turner

Keeping it simple in transition serves the athlete well. Limiting the choices you have to make in each transition reduces the risk that the important items are forgotten, and can lead to an uncluttered and streamlined performance on race day.

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The Importance of Confidence (and reality)

Apr
5

Posted by Coach Allen Stanfield

Confidence is an important component of a successful race day experience. While there are numerous variables that contribute to success with training and racing, reflecting on these related questions can help you stand at the start line with a clear head and confident thoughts.

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Check and Refresh Your Swim Gear

Posted by Coach Patty Collins on April 16, 2018

Timing Yourself to Success

Posted by Coach Laura Henry on April 15, 2018

Compression Wear is Multipurpose

Posted by Coach Aaron Scheidies on April 04, 2018

The Power of the Pull Up

Posted by Coach Mandi Kowal on April 04, 2018

Benefits of Triathlon Clubs

Posted by Coach April Corey on April 01, 2018

The Scientist vs The Artist

Posted by Coach Mark Sortino on April 01, 2018

Last or First: Team MPI Camps Are Right For You!

Posted by Coach Mark Turner on March 24, 2018

Habits

Posted by Coach Allen Stanfield on March 19, 2018

I race for me

Posted by Coach Laura Henry on March 19, 2018

A Gut Feeling: Fueling Your Unique Body

Posted by Coach Becky Piper on March 18, 2018

 

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