Archive for September, 2010

  • favs_swim

    Ironman St. George — The Swim

    Want to know about the Ironman St. George swim course and why so many people were pulled out of the water? Read on...

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  • runner

    Working Out on the Road — Running, TRX, and Yoga

    Traveling always takes its toll on the quality of your workouts. Here is my strategy to keep my fitness levels high.

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  • fartlek

    My Encounter with Bob Harper from The Biggest Loser

    Do you know Bob Harper? I do...

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  • MyNetDiary

    iPad Nutrition Apps Review

    Ongoing review series on great apps for the iPad relevant to fitness and nutrition.

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  • Ironman Utah

    Ironman St. George Course Overview

    2010 was the first year for Ironman St. George. In riding and running the course beforehand, I knew that this course was going to be a hard one on race day. Having finished the 2010 race in 13:06, I can tell you it is a […]

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  • finisher

    The Ironman Distance and Marathons — What is the Appeal?

    There are lots of questions out there that I struggle with — why do bad things happen to good people? How do dishonest people always seem to get ahead? And the classic, why is it that people sit on their couches for their entire lives […]

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    Fitness Goals — Man They Drive Me Out the Door

    I am a goal setter. I think it is important to have an outcome in mind before you begin a project. There are projects that I am involved in that the goal has been changed several times, and even though it shifts, that goal gives […]

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  • iPad Fitness App Review

    iPad and iPhone Fitness Apps Review

    I know this is supposed to be a triathlon site where you can come get some amazing information on training and techniques in swimming, cycling, and running, but I need to deviate from that for just a couple of posts. I recently picked up an […]

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  • keat

    Ironman Kona 2010 — The Ladies

    Seems that my picks for the men’s side of the Ironman World Championships in Kona are not very controversial from the comments. I thought picking Potts for a top three may have been a little more out on the edge, but apparently not. Faris Al-Sultan […]

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  • Kona_Lieto

    Ironman Kona 2010 — The Race of Races

    I think about every triathlete I know who has seen the NBC telecast of the Ironman World Championships that are held in Kona has dreamed, even if just for a second, of completing 140.6 miles as an official finisher. Pros and age groupers alike want […]

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