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Going fast and built to last

The cycling season has ramped up kind of slow for me this year. For the last few seasons, we’ve gone to a triathlon camp that kicks fitness into gear. Like most athletes, I need that sustained period of training to … Continue reading

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It wasn’t necessarily amazing, but it sure was fun

Last weekend my wife was given a time trial to do. Her coach Steve Brandes has been guiding her through improved run performance the last couple years and the results, I am here to tell you, are noticeable and impressive. … Continue reading

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Read all about it: The best way to prepare for competition

The great thing about racing is the excitement it brings. The chance to test your fitness against others is the reason many of us run and ride. Competition can bring out the best and the worst in us. A simple … Continue reading

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