The smile at the finish line one of satisfaction, a reward for all the work you put in. The early mornings, the long runs, the epic rides. It all started with an intention, and a plan to see your full potential on race day.
We know that for every amazing workout there are 20 others that got you to that point. As our friends @trainingpeaks would say, it’s dreaming season. It’s time to ask yourself - am I doing everything I can towards my goal? Dream big!
If this is the year you want to dream big - we have open slots for triathlon, ultra, and running athletes.
Laura is excited to bring her knowledge and experience to the team. Laura has truly been a lifelong athlete starting with Ironkids at 11 , developing her skills through High School and college as a Track and XC runner.
She turned her focus to obtaining a PhD and still found time to push for the top. Laura has raced at Ironman 70.3 World Championships, Ironman World Championship in Kona, HI, as well as the Boston Marathon. When she’s not standing on the podium and winning races she’s focusing on her kids and husband. If you’re looking to make 2018 the year you tackle@your first tri, or tackle that PR - direct message us!
3 months ago Porsche couldn’t run for more than minute without gasping for air. Running would have her grabbing for her inhaler, and wondering if she could make it around the block, let alone a 5k course.
Read how Coach Kaitlyn helped Porsche change the way she looked at running, and helped her achieve something she never dreamed possible!
As you start to plan for 2018 - don't forget about the huge benefits of running hills. Hills are a great way to build power, practice good form, and are a great precursor to speed work.
Hills are majorly beneficial for early season training for ultras and mountain racing as well as being a great workout for marathon runners. Hills and climbing can be short and intense or longer efforts. Each different kind provides it's own unique benefit.
Live somewhere flat? Treadmills are a great tool for hill workouts and can help flatland runners, train for hilly and mountainous courses! ... See MoreSee Less
There are mechanical and physiological benefits to hill work, but not all hills are created equal. Here’s your guide to different types of incline work and how to incorporate it into your running program.