Wednesday, 26 March 2014 00:10
Hey MTN Guys,
The 2014 Y-Indoor Tri is a 3 race indoor series taking place at the Brainerd Family YMCA. The first race took place back on February 2nd with all the participants swimming for 10 minutes, riding for 30 minutes, and running for 20 minutes in a sprint distance format.
The results for the first race are below:
A BIG shout out to our Indoor Tri finishers this morning! Ten minute swim, 30 minute cycle and 20 minute run...they all went the distance! Congratulations to all of the amazing finishers! Thank you for participating! ....
Superfitness & Baked Ziti...
Monday, 24 March 2014 06:10
According to the "Likes" section of her Facebook page, Duluth tri-studdette JULIE HENDRICKSON is into Bud Light and Stouffer's frozen entrees.
From the photo section of her FB page we learned that she has an awesome body and can do stuff most people can't, like that thing she's doing in the photo (L). What is that?
We also learned that she has a friend named Jill (photo below R).
Julie Hendrickson is married to a guy named Mike, who is also named Hendrickson, and is an accomplished triathlete, too. Mike and Julie got married back in 2000, when Mike was like 12 and Julie was like 10. We don't know if the couple has any pets, but we hope they do.....
Beer is Good!
Monday, 24 March 2014 05:10
10 Surprising Health Benefits of Beer
Everyone loves to tout the effects of red wine, but did you know that beer has some surprising health benefits as well?
This St. Patrick's Day, you may enjoy that beer even more knowing you'll be improving bone health and helping your kidneys — yes, you read...
Two MN Races in National Du Series...
Sunday, 23 March 2014 06:10
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — USA Triathlon today announced the 11 events that will comprise the second annual 2014 USA Triathlon Duathlon Race Series, created in 2013 to meet the needs of the growing multisport discipline of duathlon...
Stuff About Calorie Deprivation...
Saturday, 22 March 2014 06:10
By Matt Dixon (triathlon.competitor.com)
Triathlon coach Matt Dixon answers a question about utilizing fat as a source of energy by reducing calorie intake during long workouts.
Q: I have heard that to teach the body to utilize fat as a source of energy you should deprive yourself of calories during lower-intensity, longer workouts. What do you think of this theory—is it a smart option for the amateur triathlete?
A: Let’s first look at how nutrition fits as an overall component of training. Many athletes and coaches fall into the trap of viewing each component of...
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