Three legged stool of triathlon swimming, Transition Tactics

May
24

Team MPI recommends a swim improvement plan that includes three “legs” to support your swimming: technique, endurance, and open water familiarization. Coach John explains how/why. Coach Ben reminds us that transition practice is extremely important and how to make the most of your practice. Welcome new athlete Lacy Babich. New Open Water Swim clinic in Boise on June 4. 

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Spin Class, Doing the thing you know you should, Portofino Race #2

May
17

Coach Brad encourages triathletes to consider a spin class for many reasons including power readings, comraderie, and motivation. We all have extra things we should be doing - eating better, sleeping, stretching - but we often do none of them! Coach Jay says pick one and see how that small change can have a big impact. Results from the Portofino Race, Welcome new athletes Brent Larmier and Carlos Colon!

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Expect the Expected, Consider a Mid-Season Training Camp

May
10

Coach MarkT weaves a tale of Waffle Houses, Coach Amanda, and the need to anticipate and address problems on the race course that are not unexpected! Coach Jamie suggests a mid-season training camp to alleviate mid-season "race hangover." Photos from CAF Camp, New Athletes, Race Results, and more!

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Top 10 Things to Remember for Your Next Race, Team Semper Fi Camp

May
3

When racing, there are many things that are easily forgotten or overlooked, particularly with the early season races when we are all a little rusty. Coach Jay presents 10 Things to Remember for Your Next Race. See photo highlights from the Team Semper Fi camp, led by Coaches Mark, John, MarkT, Amanda, and Allen in Pensacola Beach, FL. 

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