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Showing posts from July 10, 2022

Race Travel Nutrition Tips

It’s exciting to travel for a race but if you’ve ever eaten oatmeal with a fork, with warm water from the hotel coffee maker, you know that destination races require a bit of flexibility and creativity when it comes to nutrition. Because most of the races you register for are not in your hometown, don't let your travel plans sabotage your race day performance. 

2022 Trimarni Endurance Camp Recap

  A few weeks ago someone asked me if we always do the same routes for our camps. The answer is yes and no. There are some routes/locations that just work well for specific types of bike and run workouts but we are incredibly lucky that we have so many options for biking and running. And because we often get repeat campers, we like to showcase all that Greenville has to offer within our incredible training playground.  Day 1 90-minute long course swim  80-minute run ~20-minute bike skills On Thursday morning we welcomed eleven athletes to the start of their 4-day training camp. We started the morning with a 90-minute long course swim at the Westside aquatic center. I reserved 3 lanes and athletes got into lanes of similar swim abilities. We focused on technique for this swim, breaking down the different parts of the stroke from body position/tautness and hand entry to the catch and hand exit. It was a quality session.  After the bike, we had a quick turnaround - just enough time for me