In: Coaches

Dan’s Picks – TICKRFit
April 28, 2022

Getting an accurate heart rate reading while cycling or running seems to be a challenge these days.  Five or six years…

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Dan’s Picks – Go Gravel!
April 28, 2022

It has been said that Variety is the Spice of life. Deep down, that is what is behind one of the…

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How to choose an online coach
December 5, 2021

Over the past 15 years there has been an incredible growth in the number of coaching choices available to athletes, with…

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LifeSport Race Breakthrough Camp in St. George, Utah!
November 17, 2021

Breakthroughs happen in the most unlikely of places. Pre-season camps are an awesome opportunity to challenge yourself, push through previously existing…

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10 Do’s for your triathlon off-season
November 16, 2021

Over the years, I have often had to put my foot down in order to slow my athletes during the off season. Surprisingly,…

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Triathlon: Do you live and die by it?
November 16, 2021

Many athletes live and die by their triathlon racing and training. Are you one of those athletes? Do you believe that…

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What’s the best way to communicate with my coach?
November 16, 2021

The smooth and current flow of communication between the athlete and the coach is the foundation of a good relationship. The…

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What happens after the finish line…how to recover after your big race
November 16, 2021

The exhilaration of race day is over, adrenaline has subsided, and the fatigue has begun to settle in.  What Now? You’ve…

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Should I race with or without technology?
November 1, 2021

Technology is a great racing tool and many athletes have breakthroughs pacing with GPS, power or heart rate. By utilizing regular…

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Reflections and lessons from 70.3 Boulder – Coach Jeff Sankoff
August 10, 2021

For most of my 20+ years in triathlon, I was very content as a MOPer (middle of the packer). I trained…

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