Editor's note: this is a guest post from Paul Johnson, the founder of Complete Tri: an online resource for triathletes, runners, cyclists and swimmers. Complete Tri has been featured by USA Triathlon and active.com, offering
Let's start thinking "triathlon season!" ----- SPRING TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES ----- Swim Training"Coach on the deck" swim training is hard to find. Locally, here are three options: Sundays - 3-4pm at the Chatham Health Club.
Editor's note: this is a guest post from Edward Geddis, D.C., director of the Catalyst Wellness + Performance Center in Hyannis. Ted is a USA Triathlon as well as Ironman® certified coach, and often can
By Pam Rogers Yes, it’s true…winter in New England has been very unkind this year. As the cold and precipitation continues to linger, hopefully we can find refuge and fitness indoors at a local pool.
As we move into the coldest time of the year, it's easy to put off regular training until the single-layer days return. But there's no better way to have a great racing season than
It’s not easy to make a career as a professional triathlete, but Angela Naeth is one of those who has reached the level of success required to enjoy a career in the sport she loves.
New England Endurance Events has unveiled a new monthly newsletter devoted to training opportunities on Cape Cod. We figured we might as well step up, being members of the Cape Cod Tri Team, the
By Pam Rogers From the seasoned iron-distance athlete to the aquatic newbie, pretty much everyone has experienced the trepidation — and adrenalin surge — that arises from the very thought of diving into the fray
So, I’m not going to lie. I fall into the holiday health traps just like everyone else: lots of desserts and cocktails, less time exercising and less time sleeping. But, I have learned a few