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DO WHAT MAKES YOU FEEL GOOD

DO WHAT MAKES YOU FEEL GOOD

We had kind of a rough weekend. We worked during most of it, and we hardly got to run at all, so we were feeling pretty close to cranky at the begining of the day on Monday. But then a tweet–a tiny little 140-character shoutout–came across our […]

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ELBOWS. NOT JUST TALKIN’ PASTA.

ELBOWS. NOT JUST TALKIN’ PASTA.

So we were having a lunch with a friend the other day, an avid tennis player, and we noticed that she was holding her elbow tenderly. Worse, she was wearing a clunky, serious-looking brace (not one of ours) under her shirt sleeve. “Whatsamattah?” we asked, around our […]

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DRUMROLL, PLEASE…!

DRUMROLL, PLEASE…!

It’s the beginning of fall. That crisp snap in the air means a lot of different things. For some, it means the end of racing season. For others, it’s the beginning of a season of rehabilitation, now that most of the events are done and over with. […]

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TIPS FOR A SPEEDY TRANSITION

TIPS FOR A SPEEDY TRANSITION

Last week, we talked about the all the different parts of a triathlon except one: the transition. It’s the period of time between swim and bike, and bike and run, because you’re transitioning from one sport to another. The transition area looks like this: Yes, it really […]

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A TRIATHLON PRIMER

A TRIATHLON PRIMER

(PORTIONS OF THIS BLOG POST WERE PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED AT THEGOODDIRT.) Last Sunday’s Tweetchat chat on triathlons (see and like the facebook page here) had us thinking about the fact that many people we talk to about triathlon are still confused by some of the terms that are […]

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