• How running and meditation changes the brains of the depressed

    Submitted by 303Triathlon on January 24th, 2017

    Spurred by New York Times article “Running as Therapy” by writer Jen A. Miller, the subject of exercise as mental health therapy is again in the news – but now with the added element of meditation. Miller’s memoir, Running: A Love Story, is coming out this week, and NY Magazine revisits Miller’s article and also considers new research on mental training: Read more

    • 2017 Triathlon Business International – Day 2, Lance Armstrong

      Submitted by 303Triathlon on January 23rd, 2017

      Basketball… “Flat, Challenging” times in Tri … and Lance Armstrong: “I went from the stars to the ground, seemingly overnight” The Monday morning start of Day 2 at TBI began early, with a group workout at the local Dallas YMCA, put on by ACTIVE. Following an old-school basketball lay-up drill, Arch led participants through four,Read More

      • Monday Masters: Open Water Swim Training with Boulder Coach Grant Holicky

        Submitted by Nicole Odell on January 23rd, 2017

        “The physical nature of the sport is so different and simply being touched is what many swimmers dislike as they come to open water.” From Swim World Magazine, by Robbie Dickson, Swimming World College Intern. Grant Holicky, head coach of Rallysport Aquatics (RACE) in Boulder, Colorado, has been working with elite open water swimmers for severalRead More

        • 2017 Triathlon Business International – Day One

          Submitted by 303Triathlon on January 22nd, 2017

          Today the annual Triathlon Business International meeting began, jointly hosted by TBI and USAT for the first time. If you’re in the multisport business and are looking for information, tools and solutions to help you come out on top in today’s world, the Triathlon Business International 7th Annual Business Conference is where the business ofRead More

          • Racing Burnout and Mid Winter Blues

            Submitted by 303Triathlon on January 22nd, 2017

            I am often asked, “Aren’t you going to burn out?” “Don’t you need a break?” “How can you enter 2 or 3 full distance Ironman races in a year? I need to take a year off after each race.” My reply is typically No, No and it’s easy…. Read more