A post on the benefits of indoor training while using the Wahoo Kickr and Zwift.
How I have used technology to be a better athlete.
Often times I find myself fixating on the small details of training throughout each passing week, putting the majority of that focus on what I could have done better. – … Continue reading The Importance of Consistency
Last season (2015), was a tough one for me. I had a career change, moved from Portland to Bend, and trained for my first Ironman. The thing that made it … Continue reading Aspects of a successful (and fun!) season: Micro Goals
2016 is off to an awesome start! I’m back to structured training which is exciting after a few months of staying fit without following a schedule. It seems like half … Continue reading 2016: Goals and Outlook
I go back and forth between wanting to do weekly summaries on this site about my training, racing, and progress. Part of me really likes the idea as I see … Continue reading 2015 – Year in Review
As I’ve segued back into a structured training plan, I’ve been surprised at how little my appetite has changed. Today when I got to master swim practice, I saw our … Continue reading All About That Base
2014 was the biggest and without a doubt the best year of my life. I married the girl of my dreams on June 7th, and we started our life together … Continue reading A Look Back / A Look Ahead
Happy October! Since one of my goals is to write a little more frequently, so that each blog entry isn’t an entire book – I’m going to share what’s been … Continue reading Off-Season: Working On My Weaknesses
I think most triathletes struggle with the concept of taking time off, at least taking time off from meticulously structured training. I am without a doubt guilty of this. Knowing … Continue reading Off-season?
It’s been (way) too long since my last post! A lot has gone on since Austin 70.3, and i’m going to post a few of the big highlights below. Personal … Continue reading 2014: Looking back, and looking forward
In November of this past year (2012) I decided that I wanted to become a triathlete. Being my overboard self, within weeks of making this decision I had purchased a … Continue reading Wannabe.