Lots of exciting stuff on the brink here at GTD. It's a new year and with that comes new goals. When I started writing this blog I was a non-runner training for my first marathon (done), the next year I wanted to jump into triathlon and aimed to complete an Ironman 70.3 (complete). This year … Continue reading Coming up on Going The Distance
Off season training tips
Even with the temperature bouncing around and now snow on the ground (not that I'm complaining) its that time of year where a lot of your workouts are going to be indoors. Just last night I was sitting in my studio doing hill climb simulations on my bike trainer. The challenge for all of us is how … Continue reading Off season training tips
Going Pro: Triathlete Logan Franks
Have you ever looked at your training schedule and thought "There just isn't enough time in the day"? If so then do yourself a favor and start following Professional Triathlete Logan Franks on Twitter to REALLY see what a jam packed day looks like. Logan tweets things like "Heading to the gym for a 2:15min spin, … Continue reading Going Pro: Triathlete Logan Franks
Dealing with training pitfalls.
No matter how well you plan, at some point life will interrupt your training and it feels awful when it happens. I had a lot going on at work this week, which made it difficult to stick to my schedule.Monday was no big deal, I hot the pool at lunch and finished my 2,400 yards with … Continue reading Dealing with training pitfalls.
How to exercise PSA circa 1949
This is a Public Service Announcement released by the US government entitled "How to Exercise"